Iain MacFadyen

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Iain MacFadyen, M.Sc., LEED AP BD+C

Project Principal, Green Buildings

Associate

Key Highlights:

  • General
    • More than seven years’ experience in sustainable design, project management, and energy efficiency consulting
    • Specializes in providing sustainable design as part of a holistic project approach
  • Sustainability and Energy Modelling
    • Based in Vancouver, Iain oversees the delivery of building – sustainability services in British Columbia
    • Experience in sustainable design, project management, renewable energy technology, and energy-efficiency consulting
    • Experience supporting healthcare, residential, educational, and commercial projects in meeting sustainable building objectives
  • Commercial Buildings
    • Specializes in providing sustainable design as part of a holistic project approach
    • Expertise in assessing renewable energy technologies
    • Particular experience in supporting healthcare and commercial projects to meet sustainable building objectives

Select Project Experience:

  • General
    • Port Hardy Search and Rescue Station, Port Hardy, British Columbia
    • 401 Burrard Office Building, Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Sustainability and Energy Modelling
    • TELUS Garden, LEED Platinum, Vancouver, British Columbia
    • Grandview Heights Aquatic Centre, targeting LEED Silver, Surrey, British Columbia
    • Surrey Memorial Hospital Critical Care Tower, targeting LEED Gold, Surrey, British Columbia
  • Commercial Buildings
    • Ottawa Convention Centre, Ottawa, Ontario
    • Douglas Jung Building, 401 Burrard, Vancouver, British Columbia
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Projects

  • project_Ottawa_ConventionCentre1
    Ottawa Convention Centre

    Provided LEED consulting and energy-efficiency engineering for this LEED NC Gold-certified four storey, state-of-the-art conference and event facility located directly across the river from Parliament Hill Sustainable design resulted in 39% energy savings and 67% indoor water savings 97% of construction waste was diverted from landfills to recycling facilities Roles: energy efficiency engineering LEED consulting…

  • project_vancouver_SurreyMemorial4
    Surrey Memorial Hospital, Critical Care Tower

    The 34,556 m2, eight-storey critical care tower expansion to the Surrey Memorial Hospital will deliver significant improvements to patient care in Surrey. The P3 project also created more than 3,270 construction-related jobs. The new tower will serve as the new main entrance for the hospital campus. Building massing includes two levels of parking, eight levels…

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