Nova Scotia Power’s headquarters in Halifaxhas recently received a national green building award, reports The Chronicle Herald.
The building, a former power plant on the Halifax waterfront, was awarded a Canadian Green Building Award by Sustainable Architecture & Building magazine and the Canada Green Building Council.
The Halifax building is one of eight winners, which include commercial, residential and other structures. It is the only one east of Montreal.
The lead architect on the utility’s headquarters was WZMH Architects of Toronto, with Fowler, Bauld& Mitchell Ltd. of Halifax as associate architects.