The fundamental challenge of advanced sustainable design is not so much a technological issue, but rather a cultural one. The strategies, methods, and technology exist to make ultra-efficient buildings that can achieve 75 per cent less energy consumption than conventional buildings. There are also … read more

As a consequence of mcCallumSather’s exciting and ongoing growth as an integrated design firm, we announce significant organizational shifts and further recognize individuals who have been instrumental in this success story.

Based in Hamilton, mcCallumSather is celebrating its 22nd year and … read more

On Oct. 12, mcCallumSather, B+H and RDH were honoured to sit with our clients at Mohawk College and receive the Innovation in Sustainability Award from the CaGBC Greater Toronto Chapter, recognizing this team’s leading edge design of The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation.

The annual … read more

“Construction is expected to get underway next year on a $10-million hospice being built at the site of St. Joseph’s Villa in Dundas.

Originally slated to include six beds, the hospice will now have 10, according to St. Joseph’s Villa Foundation president and CEO, Maureen Ellis.”

Story By … read more

“The Huck Glove building on Victoria Street South is centre stage in a $120-million development that will include brick-and-beam offices, new commercial space and a 23-storey condominium.

Momentum Partnership acquired the historic factory at 120 Victoria St. S. after years of negotiations, and … read more

We were honoured to receive Sustainable Hamilton Burlington’s Passion Into Practice Award at the June 13 Gala, and to have been shortlisted for the Social Innovation Award.

Passion Into Practice reflects a culmination of our 21 year history, focused on sustainability in all that we do. The award … read more

This week, the construction of The Joyce Centre for Partnership & Innovation hit another milestone as the crews from GeoSource Energy Inc. began digging the geothermal wells that will help heat and cool the Centre. Set on top of the escarpment, a dig of this magnitude is rare but will become … read more