SFU Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering (SE3P)

SECTOR

Education Post Secondary

Year

2019

Location

Surrey

Awards

  • LEED Gold Certified

Highlights

  • Achieved approximately 50% energy reduction over baseline without ability to use active heat recovery.
  • Utilized high efficiency run-around heat recovery loop to reclaim laboratory exhaust heat.
  • Utilized Air Quality Monitoring (Aircuity) for the first time in BC to reduce energy and add safety checks for the laboratory users.

The 5-storey SE3P Building and features one level of underground parking. This high-tech facility is designed for energy efficiency and reduced emissions leading to the achievement of the LEED Gold certification

Features include wet and dry teaching and research labs; classrooms; faculty, graduate and administrative offices; collaboration and study spaces; student services space, and the buildings physical plant. In addition, a 400- seat lecture hall situated on the southwestern portion of the ground floor, and a café planned next door, are intended to serve the full SFU Surrey campus as well as the broader public community and contribute to street level activity.