Mies van der Rohe legacy examined

Canadian Architect’s latest issue examines the fate of several Mies van der Rohe-designed buildings in Canada. Writer Hans Ibelings concludes the “revitalized TD Centre in Toronto meticulously maintains the appearance of the iconic complex.”

HH Angus is proud of our long association with client Cadillac Fairview Corporation;  we designed the original mechanical and electrical infrastructure for the Centre in the late 1960s, and have been working at the Centre ever since, maintaining and upgrading infrastructure.  We are currently involved in infrastructure upgrades at these world-renowned towers to improve their sustainable performance.

Click here for the Canadian Architect article.

Cadillac Fairview Corporation recently announced that its Tower at 66 Wellington Street West achieved LEED® Gold Certification, joining its roster of LEED® certified buildings at the Toronto-Dominion Centre:  77 King Street West and 79 Wellington Street West have been certified LEED® Gold, and 100 Wellington Street West has been certified LEED® Platinum.

According to TD Centre General Manager David Hoffman, “Cadillac Fairview is committed to leading the industry in environmental sustainability standards. For its part, TD Centre continues to exceed environmental and operational objectives that benefit our clients, our community and ultimately, our planet.”