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Old Posted May 27, 2017, 2:43 AM
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I never knew so many people are planning to move the territories, when will this happen?
That's quite the rendering for a massive construction project it puts Dubai to shame.
Food trucks, architects sure fill renderings up with really weird stuff, they might as well add some palm trees, beach balls and cow bell!
What lucky town is getting this project?
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You guys obviously have never been to Yellowknife.
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Nice, with first-rate facilities.
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Arctic College expansion project in Iqaluit is well under construction.

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Thanks for the picture!
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Old Posted Oct 10, 2017, 4:14 AM
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Arctic College expansion project in Iqaluit is well under construction.

Looks like they are using the standard crawl space. I don't see thermosyphons
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Crawl space on one side, mechanical basement on the other. No thermosyphons...

We shall see...
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Crawl space on one side, mechanical basement on the other. No thermosyphons...

We shall see...
I hated some of those crawl spaces. Though they are mostly better than the ones down here.
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Old Posted Oct 26, 2017, 4:21 PM
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High Arctic Researc Centre.

High Arctic Research Centre. Cambridge Bay.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/edmont...ntre-1.4371955
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I had no idea that this was being built.......
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I had no idea that this was being built.......
https://www.canada.ca/en/polar-knowl...ngstation.html
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Whitehorse is (maybe) getting a new tallest. 8 storeys, bumping up against the 25m maximum allowed by Zoning.


http://www.whitehorsestar.com/News/s...s-point-2-site
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UndergroundpParking has to be quite a bonus in those climates. No plugging your car in, no freezing car for most of the year when you get in, etc.
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I had no idea that this was being built.......
That actually looks pretty decent, and what a big project for Cambridge Bay!
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Whitehorse is (maybe) getting a new tallest. 8 storeys, bumping up against the 25m maximum allowed by Zoning.


http://www.whitehorsestar.com/News/s...s-point-2-site
It will be interesting, now that Rivers Edge is sinking into the ground. Apparently the elevators cannot be used because the building has settled.
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Actually its Waterfront Station, where the elevator is sinking. But almost every project in Whitehorse is named River Something
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