Client: Colliers Project Leaders and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Fire Management (MNRF)

Certification: LEED® Gold® certified by the CaGBC

Building GFA: 17,000 sq.ft. 

Completion Year: 2017

The MNRF Fire Management Facility in Haliburton, Ontario, is a new 17,000 sq.ft building designed to provide MNRF emergency response crew’s new offices, training spaces and equipment storage to better prepare and respond to local wild fires. Our initial mandate was to achieve a LEED® Silver® certification upon completion, and through collaboration and teamwork we surpassed our goal and the building received LEED® Gold® certification by the Canadian Green Building Council (CaGBC). LEED® green building program features include a geothermal ground source heat pump system, maximum solar passive heating during winter months, low flow plumbing fixtures with infrared sensor lavatories, rain water collection, sourced construction materials extracted within a 800km of the site and selecting materials with a low VOC (volatile organic compounds).

 The LEED® Certification trademark is licensed to the Canada Green Building Council and is used here with permission.

The LEED® Certification trademark is licensed to the Canada Green Building Council and is used here with permission.