Eco responsible building projects valuing the principles of sustainable development
As part of its innovation and performance efforts, Cosoltec has given itself the mandate to carry out projects with an emphasis on the 3RV-L principle :
- Reducing (R1) use of resources;
- Re-using (R2) recoverable material;
- Re-cycling (R3) site materials and waste;
- Value adding (V) materials prioritized on the landfill (L).
By raising awareness among every player involved and by providing resources and skills when applying the highest standards of eco-construction upstream, during and after every project, Cosoltec assists its clients to emerge as examples of sustainable development.
Cosoltec: applies the principles LEED and Novoclimat 2.0
Wishing to act in a concrete way, Cosoltec makes sure it controls and applies the highest sustainable, ecological, efficient and powerful, building principles available. The company is thus able to provide full completion of LEED and Novoclimat 2.0 certified projects. To learn more
Sustainable development: our best bet for a greener future
Sustainable construction projects designed and built by Cosoltec allow those clients that are sensitive to environmental and climate issues to make the choice for a future better. As a result of our mastery of LEED standards, we involve all project stakeholders, right from the design phase, to build certified buildings which respect the principles of sustainable development and energy conservation.
Make a difference by enabling your project users to evolve within an eco-friendly environment!
Our mandates that adopt LEED principles and sustainable development
- Construction of the first LEED-certified fire station in Québec: Ville de Montréal ($8M);
- Construction of a warehouse and workshop for the Montréal Garrison: National Defence Canada ($31M);
- Construction of a pavilion for laboratories and classrooms: Cégep de Saint-Jérôme ($7.8M);
- Construction of a sports center: Concordia University ($2.3M);
- Construction of the Bibliothèque de Blainville ($12M);
- Construction of the Lumen Head Office and main distribution center ($35M);
- Expansion and upgrading of St-Charles Arena: Ville de Montréal ($6M);
- Construction of a service yard in Outremont LEED GOLD NCV4 ($20M);
- Development and construction of the Industria 440, LEED ND project ($100M).