Solar Panels

capture energy from the sun and help power exterior lighting

Triple Glazed Windows

help maintain consistent temperature and keep exterior noise to a minimum

District Energy

recycles heat from the existing buildings and uses it to heat the new office & residential towers

Rainwater Capture System

recycles rainwater for graywater and irrigation

Exterior Terraces

on 6 different levels allow for convenient access to the outdoor environment

Raised Floor

features a displacement ventilation system allowing for 100% fresh air supply

Electric Car

charging stations in the parking garage support hybrid cars

Building Overview

Every aspect of TELUS garden’s architecture, mechanical design and energy resource utilization provides next-generation energy saving solutions. The numerous sustainability features include a district energy system, triple-pane curtain wall design, operable windows, 100% outside-air supply, radiant heating and cooling, solar panels, amongst other innovative technologies to reduce the buildings footprint. The net result is LEED Platinum certification and the one of the highest LEED score cards in Canada, meaning Telus garden is an efficient building.

Innovation & Design

TELUS garden was designed to utilize technologies that would contribute towards a solution to the biggest threat of our generation: global warming. We believe that we all have a responsibility to do the right thing.


TELUS garden is designed to reduce CO2 emissions by over 1,000,000kgs annually, equivalent to planting 400,000 trees each year.