February, 4th, 2021
Is Canada missing an opportunity to align investments in public infrastructure with its commitment to achieving net-zero carbon pollution by 2050?
December 17th, 2020
Construction permitting requirements are designed to keep people safe but can be difficult for applicants to navigate. Complex projects — such as deep retrofits of multi-unit residential buildings — can be even more challenging, often resulting in delays and frustration for everyone involved.
December 15th, 2020
Poorly managed tenant engagement for retrofit projects involving multi-unit residential buildings can impact schedules, budgets, and project outcomes. Early, well-planned tenant engagement can ensure projects are on schedule and on budget.
May, 13th, 2020
The Pembina Institute, in association with the Reframed Initiative, presents the Reframed Tech Series — webinars on evolving deep retrofit solutions.
Affordable Housing Renewal: Retrofits at Scale Workshop – Summary master permitting and better retrofit projects
January 11th, 2018
The goal of the Affordable Housing Renewal project is to see net-zero carbon retrofits delivered at scale across Canada, as part of the transition to a carbon-neutral residential sector by 2050.