Following in Their Footprints
The new Centre for Green Cities uses the original footprint and brick façade of Building 12.
Whether managing the enormous team, figuring out how many bike racks to install, or selecting roofing materials, Megan Torza does it all.
Water, water, everywhere…
Anyone passing by the site these days may see a new—and temporary—“water feature,” but it is not there for aesthetic reasons.
Into many projects a little wood must fall
Invasive or hazardous trees at Evergreen Brick Works will be removed, and replaced with healthy native species.
Hundreds of used bricks will be used to rebuild, to create walkways and will likely find their way into interpretive and artistic displays.
Digging Up Stories
Do you have a Brick Works story to tell? Do you know someone who does? We’d love to hear it.
Snow may still be on the ground, but Community Events Manager Lisa Spinks is already planning our spring and summer.
Move Over Beyoncé
Evergreen Brick Works is going for a platinum record – LEED Platinum, that is.