Scotia Place is undergoing a transformation that will bring a new vibrancy
to the building, create harmony in the surrounding community and
complement the changing Edmonton skyline. The enhancement will
modernize this iconic building.
The transformation involves the replacement of the glass panels and redevelopment of the three main entrances. This is a significant investment of $22 million that will enhance and renew the building for future decades.
CURTAIN WALL REGLAZING
Modern silver reflective glass will be used on the leading edge of the towers with complementary pacific blue reflective glass panels on all other sides. City views will be maximized and natural light will be optimized into tenant space.
The silver glass panels are a new feature on the leading edge and will act as a visual identification of the building. The silver panels will be illuminated at night with horizontal LED lights in a modern, sophisticated pattern to give it prominence on the skyline.
In addition to the curtain wall reglazing, all three street level entranceways are undergoing significant structural enhancements. The new design of the entrances will visually liven the complex and streetscape.
RECENT COMMON AREA IMPROVEMENTS INCLUDE:
Located in the heart of Edmonton’s downtown business district, Scotia Place is a Class A twin-tower Office complex with a major banking centre. Scotia Place offers numerous amenities and services and provides direct access to the above and below ground pedway network, the Central Station LRT and bus transit system.
A BOMA BEST Gold certified building, and twice a recipient of the BOMA Edmonton prestigious The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) Award, sustainability is integral in the management of Scotia Place. Morguard delivers measureable results to its tenants through environmental performance, building operations and tenant satisfaction.
Morguard is committed to identify and drive
innovative initiatives to enable our properties to
contribute to a sustainable society now and into the
future. Through responsible sustainability practices,
Morguard ensures that our buildings have integrated,
sustainable operations to establish efficient, healthy
and more productive work environments.
Sustainability is integral in the Scotia Place design. The new glass panels work in combination with multiple upgrades made over the past five years including: new chillers; a free cooling system; chiller cold water loop; boiler controls; high-efficiency lighting; and low water fixtures – all making Scotia Place a high performance building.
Morguard’s national program, GREEN LINK, serves as the foundation for Morguard to advance continuous “green” operations of its properties and maintain employee and tenant awareness by promoting green building programs, technologies, and design practices.