Royal Inland Hospital- Gaglardi Tower Achieves LEED Gold Certification

We are excited to share the Royal Inland Hospital - Gaglardi Tower Project has successfully attained LEED Gold certification under LEED Canada NC v2009.

In Kamloops, BC, the 8-story, 27,000 square-meter Royal Inland Hospital - Gaglardi Tower Project is redefining patient care with a focus on sustainability. Notable features include minimized emissions from refrigerants and HVAC&R systems, FSC-certified wood-based materials, and a commitment to durability design aligned with CSA guidelines. Achieving a 63.16% reduction in outdoor water use and a 35.73% reduction in indoor water use, this project embodies our dedication to creating sustainable healthcare infrastructure.

With a predicted 24% energy cost savings and an impressive 73.7% diversion of construction waste from landfills, the Royal Inland Hospital - Gaglardi Tower Project is a testament to our pledge to sustainable and impactful construction practices in the healthcare sector.

We extend our sincere appreciation to the dedicated teams whose hard work and commitment made these achievements possible. As we celebrate this LEED Gold certification, we look forward to continuing our journey towards innovative and sustainable construction practices.

Together, let's build a future where sustainability is at the forefront of every project, leaving a positive impact on the environment and communities we serve.