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31 Mar RE – Thinking Challenge

RE- thinking is a great place to start for Climate Change solutions We had the opportunity to share the work that was being done for the 'Blanket of Warmth' project with students at a local school. We began the presentation with a paper challenge. Students were given one piece of paper to build a structure to hold text books....

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15 Feb Blanket of Warmth Project Exceptional Engineering Award APEGS 2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gd2lKQ7khNo On Star Blanket Cree Nation more than 60% of the homes have thermal comfort and air quality issues.  Upon a chance meeting, Wendel Starblanket brought to the attention of MacPherson Engineering his concern for poor air quality and the cold, damp basement in his home.  He was concerned about the impact on his and his wife’s health.  He was also...

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29 Jul Blanket of Warmth Project

SABmag - Canadian Green Building Awards We are honored to share that the Blanket of Warmth Project has been awarded a Canadian Green Building Technical Award. https://sabmagazine.com/current-issue/ Jury Comment: “This simple, affordable and highly transferable design solution to the substandard indoor environmental quality in much of the First Nations housing stock across the country, is notable for its collaborative approach...

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18 Oct Climate Change or a Climate Renovation?

Climate Change seems to be the topic of discussion these days and the question - is it real or is it not ? -does come up. In the most recent article published by the Professional Edge Issue 169 July/August (which is published for the Association of Professional Engineers and Geo scientists of Saskatchewan) states “Scientist and engineers who have been studying air quality...

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03 May Does the Comfort of our home affect the psychology of our community?

The City of Regina as with many cities across Canada are asking those really hard messy questions - can we build healthier communities with smarter affordable home design. To date  we have designed our homes to be warmer by increasing the thickness of the insulation and or improving the windows.   And here is where the messy question come up time...

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