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LoadMatch System Keeps Canadian Library Warm in Winter and Cool in Summer


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Project Snapshot: The city of Edmonton in Alberta Province, Canada, has a new community library named after a beloved Canadian author and politician that is a LEED Silver-certified building (Canadian GBC standard). The Lois Hole Library, named after the late Lieutenant Governor of Alberta who was also a successful businesswoman, author and passionate supporter of public libraries, is the city's 2nd largest library at over 25,000 sq. ft., and it comes with a Taco LoadMatch® single-pipe system to heat and cool the two and a half story building that serves 30,000 community patrons a month.

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Designed by Barr Ryder Architects of Edmonton, the award-winning Lois Hole Library is a striking building, adorned with a massive, upswept prow-like entrance that opens into a spacious interior that is bathed by natural light and accented by warm colors. The building's dominant forms are its sloping roofs and counter slopes, which give the building the sense of floating in place...MORE

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