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UBC Life Sciences

Location:2350 Health Sciences Mall, UBC
Architect:Bunting, Coady Architects
Owner:UBC Properties Trust
General Contractor:Ledcor Industries
Mechanical Consultant:MCW Consulting
Mechanical Contractor:Fred Welsh

University of British Columbia’s Life Sciences Centre located in Vancouver includes a 510,000 sq. ft. teaching and research facility purposed for the study of life sciences. Olympic International supplied over a 1 million Cubic Feet per Minute of Scott Springfield Custom and McQuay Packaged Air Handlers, along with over 1 Million CFM in Strobic Lab Exhaust Fans, making it the second largest Lab Exhaust System in North America. Olympic Controls supplied fume-hood controls systems for the lab, critical air flow controls for a 30,000 square foot Level 3 Containment Lab and environmental controls for 200,000 square feet of Vivarium (Animal Care Facility). This building was certified LEED Gold.

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Fairmont Hotel

Location:1038 Canada Place, Vancouver
Architect:James KM Cheng Architecture
Owner:Westbank and Petersen Group
Mechanical Consultant:Sterling Cooper
Mechanical Contractor:Broadway Refrigeration

Fairmont Hotel is a mixed use building that includes hotel and residential accommodations located in the heart of the financial district of Vancouver. The 48 storey building includes a luxury hotel featuring 377 guestroom and suites on the first 22 floors, with the remaining floors being condominiums. Olympic supplied Vertical Stacked Heat Pumps, McQuay Horizontal Water Source Heat Pumps, Fan Coils and Air Handlers. Olympic Controls supplied a web-enabled Johnson Facility Building Automation System and a specialized Hotel Suite Control System, that included control of the lighting, drapes, HVAC and temperature. Fairmont Hotel utilized a unique “shared utility” utilizing chilled water from Canada Place (2 McQuay Centrifugal Chillers using sea water for condenser heat rejection).

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