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Entuitive’s CityVision 2015 Industry Event

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Overlooking downtown Toronto, a capacity audience of invited guests from Toronto’s architecture, engineering and construction community gathered together at the top of the Manulife Centre on May 21st for Entuitive’s 3rd Annual CityVision Client Appreciation and Industry Event.

In our continuing effort to ‘re-imagine the way that buildings are conceived and constructed’, the theme for the evening focused on Building Performance. Our special guest speaker, Jeff Ranson – the Director of Toronto 2030 District, joined Entuitive’s Managing Director, Brock Schroeder to discuss building performance as it relates to a sustainable built environment and designing and constructing buildings that create value for the developer, the building user and the community.

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During the event, we launched our new publication, Exploring Building Performance, which explores trends, disruptions and opportunities within Building Performance. The publication will be available online through Entuitive’s website in the coming weeks.

“It’s clear that there is a defining move in the industry towards performance-based design,” says Brock Schroeder, Managing Director of Entuitive. “Owners, residents, occupants and communities will continue to expect more from buildings – whether it’s comfort, resiliency, reduced impact on the environment or lower operating costs. Fundamentally, building performance is about delivering a building that becomes a more valuable asset.”

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“The world’s leading cities are aggressively targeting GHG reductions with much of the focus on building energy and water use. For the real estate community to meet these expectations they need integrated solutions that reduce consumption without sacrificing durability, constructability, architectural design, indoor environmental quality, and other primary drivers of value for building owners and occupants,” said Jeff Ranson, Executive Director of Toronto 2030 District. “High performance buildings make these cities more attractive to businesses and residents in a globally competitive marketplace.”

With over 115 employees across the country, Entuitive continues to collaborate with building owners, developers, architects, contractors and others to deliver creative solutions for a better built environment helping to build vibrant and prosperous cities.

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