Address: 215 Stater Street, Ottawa
Completion date: 2007
Building area: 160,000 sq.ft.
Contract: Développement Propriétaire Cession Bail
A truly unique building! Located on the corner of Bank and Slater Streets, this 9-storey building, the creation of Richard Chmiel Architect & Associates, was designed to meet the most stringent demands for energy efficiency in Canada in order to attain LEED® (Leadership Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Certification.
Broccolini built TELUS HOUSE in downtown Ottawa. The 9-storey Class A office building, with a 2-floor underground parking garage, consists of a total area of 160,000 sq.ft. The building is one of the most architecturally attractive and unique buildings in the downtown core, and features state-of-the-art HVAC and mechanical systems.
Broccolini developed this building to meet the Canadian Green Building Council's LEED®Gold Certification. Located on the north-east corner of Bank and Slater Streets, the building is situated on the new east-bound rail line of the Light Rail Transit project.
Broccolini's main objective was to ensure that the tenants' needs were met, that TELUS and the other retail tenants could easily move into the building, and that all occupants would be satisfied with their new facility—a architectural gem in the heart of the city.
"I would like to thank you and your extended team for your exceptional performance and your commitment to excellence. Indeed, because of your efforts, TELUS House Ottawa is the greenest building of its size in all of Ottawa."
- Darren Entwistle, President & CEO, TELUS
- LEED® Gold Certification
- 9-storey building
- Multi-tenant building
- Maximum use of natural lighting
- Rain water recovery system
- Over 75% of construction waste was recycled