Located in the heart of downtown Montreal, Les Habitations Jeanne-Mance is the first and largest urban renewal project in Quebec. Originally constructed in the late 1950s, the public housing facilities are home to individuals and families representing more than 70 countries. With access to a variety of cultural, social and recreational facilities, the homes are a thriving cultural center structured along five residential blocks.
The expansion of the Fort McMurray Airport includes a new passenger terminal located south of the existing terminal. The new terminal covers an area of 15,000 square metres and is designed to handle 1.5 million passengers a year. It was one of 11 recipients of the 2013 Canadian Architect Awards of Excellence.
With construction just completed this past summer, the Wood Innovation Design Centre (WIDC) in Prince George, B.C. is the tallest building in Prince George – and the tallest contemporary wood building in North America. The finished six-story structure will house two educational programs for the University of Northern British Columbia.
Freedom is super-efficient in combination with any energy source. The lower the water temperature, the clearer the benefi ts of its power and fl exibility! It is the perfect solution for use with heat pumps and new heating systems operating at very low water temperatures.
When you went to school, your teachers likely had to open the windows to keep fresh air flowing in the room. In doing so, they forfeited the attention of about half the class to exterior noises such as honking horns, people talking, etc.
The ultimate expression of form and function. Vertiga combines the power of Jaga Top Performers, the efficiency of Jaga Energy Savers, and the design of Jaga Eyecatchers.
Vertiga is a completely new type of low water temperature radiator for heat pumps and modulating condensing boilers. Two dynamic heat exchangers with horizontal air fl ow achieve ultrahigh power even at super-low water temperatures.
Surprising, innovative, confronting. Knockonwood is the very first radiator made of wood. The beautifully designed simple yet elegant cabinet has been finished with the noblest veneer. Durable wood that curves gracefully along the wall. Knockonwood’s warm power is emitted from its Low-H2O core, which guarantees energy savings and a higher warmth output. Available in 9 different types of wood.
Restoration of one of the historical office buildings from Epcor Rossdale power plant in Edmonton.
- dry and wet cooling
- 24VDC EC_motor
- low temperature radiator
- heating & cooling
Measuring just 5.12 inches deep, the Briza features Jaga’s sophisticated Low-H2O technology and is much smaller, more attractive, quiet and energy-efficient than traditional fan coils.