“From the beginning, McDonald’s knew they wanted this project to be sustainable... CarbonCure turned out to be a great answer to McDonald’s." -Carol Ross Barney, Principal Designer at Ross Barney Architects
Brampton Brick used 556,030 units of concrete masonry made with CarbonCure for the completion of this project. The amount of CO₂ sequestered in this project totals 12,455 lbs. CO₂, which is equivalent to the amount of CO₂ sequestered in 146 tree seedlings grown for 10 years.
MGM Springfield Resort and Casino in Springfield, Massachusetts was made with 120,000 CMUs infused with recycled CO₂, thanks to CarbonCure Technologies. As a result, A. Jandris & Sons saved a total of 1,900 lbs of CO₂.
MGM National Harbor is targeting LEED Gold under LEED for New Construction version 2009. The amount of CO₂ recycled in the CMU used in the MGM National Harbor Project is equivalent to the amount of CO₂ sequestered by 1.2 acres of U.S. forests in one year.
Halifax’s Ambassatours has built a 32,0000 square foot building that will be their new corporate headquarters and serve as their bus depot. The building owner wanted to highlight green building practices and turned to CarbonCure as a cost-effective method to reduce the project’s environmental footprint.
Kilroy’s 333 Brannan project is one of the few ground up construction projects in San Francisco that is not a high-rise; it is uniquely designed to deliver a South of Market appeal while offering all of the advantages of new, green, energy efficient modern design.
Located in Markham’s developing downtown core, this premier community centre will host water polo, badminton and table tennis, and Parapan table tennis competitions in 2015. The welcoming design of the 13,657 square metre (147,000 square foot) multipurpose centre features a glass front with splashes of colour.
Permacon licensed the CarbonCure Technology to manufacture the concrete masonry units (CMUs) in the Bergeron Centre using post-industrial CO₂ emissions captured from a Courtright, Ontario-based manufacturing plant.