We are thrilled to announce that Liberton Community Campus, one of our latest Passivhaus projects is starting on site this month. The project is LEIP funded and really is a true community campus. It is far more than a school with services including a community library, meeting spaces, café and workspace for council partners which aligns with the city’s twenty-minute neighbourhood strategy. Our dedicated team has been working on the project since 2021 and the journey from concept to construction has been filled with consultation, collaboration, and detailed design and analysis. We are excited to see our vision begin to come to life and make a lasting impact on the city and local community. Stay tuned for updates as work progresses on site!

For more information on this project: https://jmarchitects.net/liberton-community-campus/

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Credit: Lisa Rubython, jmarchitects

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