Physical Activity and Wellness Centre on a sunny day

Physical Activity and Wellness Centre (PAW)

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The PAW Centre was constructed with sustainability in mind. The centre incorporates sustainable features such as LED lighting, solar panels, and recycled materials. The new and old buildings of the Van Vliet Complex are connected by an atrium-like social street, incorporating student services to activate a pedestrian thoroughfare. Sunlight is controlled through 23 kW photovoltaic solar shades and high-performance glazing on the windows. The roof’s 133 kW solar panels provide solar thermal heating for domestic water and the pool.

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Guided tours of several green buildings can be arranged through the Office of Sustainability.

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Go Deeper with SIMS

Sustainability Information Management System (SIMS) is a library of collects resources and materials related to sustainability features of University of Alberta buildings. It ensures that green building information is centralized, accessible and accurate. Members of the public, green building professionals and other institutions can request access to certain materials within SIMS to help further their own green building projects.

Please submit your request by email and include your name, organization, the information you are looking for and your intended purpose for the materials.

Request Access: sustims@ualberta.ca

Contacts

Tours & General Information

 sustainability@ualberta.ca

SIMS

 sustims@ualberta.ca

 780-492-9289