Posts with tag: "Centennial Place Calgary"
Wednesday, July 27, 2011
By Arete (Tula) Edmunds

When I first entered Centennial Place to view what I was hired to capture - I was at awe at the craftsmanship of this project.

There was so much granite, limestone and curtain wall that stretched for hundreds of feet and between the three they were placed with such care and attention to detail. The lighting is motion censored and this building has high efficiency heating and cooling. It also contains a green roof with about 25-30% of its surface planted

Apparently the owners named this project in honor of Alberta's Centennial year.