GeoTility Installs Geothermal in Innovative MuseumThe Bainbridge Island Museum of Art is the first LEED Gold Museum in the state of Washington, and demonstrates that the very tight environmental tolerances...
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Geotility has been selected as the contractor of choice to install a large scale geothermal system at the VA American Lake campus.... Read More >
Geotility is currently installing the geothermal field at the Bullitt Center in Seattle, Washington. The Bullitt Foundation's new headquarters is striving to become the greenest commercial building in the world. The Bullitt Foundation is a world leader in the support of sustainable initiatives. They're leading the way in the development of their new... Read More >
Geotility has completed the installation of the GeoExchange field at Vancouver's first Living Building Challenge facility: The VanDusen Gardens Visitor's Centre. Geotility is proud to have been selected as the GeoExchange contractor on this exciting project. The VanDusen Gardens project is among the first buildings in Canada to attempt the Living Building Challenge<... Read More >
The Canadian Cancer Society is building the Kordyban Lodge in Prince George, B.C. to provide accomodations to cancer patients and their families who are receiving treatment at the BC Cancer Agency Centre. The facility includes a GeoExchange system designed by MMM Consultants out of Vancouver, B.C. The project features 42 boreholes drilled to 300 ft.Read More >
The new home for the Sandburg Elementary School in the Lake Washington School District is currently under construction. The geothermal system consists of 80 holes to 300 ft deep.Read More >
The Calgary LDS temple will be only the eighth one built in Canada. The building features numerous sustainability initiatives, including a GeoExchange heat pump system. The mechanical systems were designed by Cobalt Engineering out of Vancouver, B.C. Geotility was responsible for the design and construction of the GeoExchange field, which... Read More >
Geotility has completed the installation of one of the largest horizontal geothermal fields in the Pacific Northwest. The system at the New Sandy High School in Sandy, Oregon will provide energy efficient heating and cooling for years to come. The horizontal borefield consists of over 100,000 ft of horizontally bored 1 1/4" HDPE piping. It also features a large HDPE vault with 10" mains.Read More >
The Centre for Digital Media in Vancouver, B.C. is constructing a new state of the art facility. Geotility was selected as the GeoExchange contractor to install the vertical borefield. 12 holes to 300 ft were installed at the site of this exciting project.Read More >
Geotility was selected to install the vertical borefield at the St-Mary's Hospital expansion in Sechelt, B.C. The total borefield consists of 114 boreholes with a total depth of approximately 23,300 ft.Read More >
A new wellness centre for the Songhees First Nation is being constructed in Victoria, B.C. Geotility is the GeoExchange design build contractor responsible for the design and installation of the field. A total of 32 boreholes to 305 ft will be installed.Read More >
Geotility has completed the installation of the first phase of the new Alexandra District Energy system in Richmond, BC. The City of Richmond has always lead the way in sustainability, and that trend continues with the recent installation of the Alexandra District Energy System. Geotility was selected as the GeoExchange contractor... Read More >
Geotility is the design/build contractor for the construction of the new Yarrow Elementary School in the Chilliwack School District (#33). Geotility is working for Dual Mechanical on the design and installation of the complete GeoExchange system. A total of 56 holes to 250 ft were drilled at the site.Read More >
The installation of the vertical borefield for the new Valley View Middle School in Snohomish, Washington was recently completed. Construction for the new school will begin in early 2011. GeoTility was responsible for the drilling, header piping and excavation on the project.Read More >
GeoTility completes the installation of a large scale district energy system at the First Nation's Community of Esowista located on pristine Vancouver Island. The 225 ton vertical ground heat exchanger will interface with several large water to water heat pumps which will serve the new housing community.Read More >
The new UBC and Interior Health Clinical Academic Campus is located on the grounds at KGH, and is a 34,000-square-foot stand-alone facility (including a multi-level parkade), which includes a 180-seat lecture theatre, and a library created for both hospital and academic use, plus videoconferencing suites and clinical skills and resource rooms for medical... Read More >
The BCIT Gateway Project is a $39.1 million revitalization of the SW1 complex targeted to be registered as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold project. Some of the environmental features include: use of enhanced daylight... Read More >
Some of the numerous sustainable features that will be incorporated into this development include:
The Carmel of St. Joseph Monastery is an 18,500 sq.ft. working monastery situated in the farming community of Armstrong, BC. Built entirely through the generous donations of private citizens, the building is a mix of both private and public space. The Monastery was designed and built to meet the needs of the Sisters daily... Read More >
Sparkling Hill Resort and Wellness Hotel is a European inspired 152 room hotel specializing in Whole Body Wellness. The resort is located in Vernon in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. Sparkling Hill Resort is the neighbor of Predator Ridge Golf Resort permitting guests to indulge in wellness, relaxation and championship... Read More >
The Surrey DECC continues to move forward, with phase 1 construction well underway. The $40 million LEED Gold project will consist of a four-storey, 125,000 sq. ft. building that will house administration, district education programs, and meeting spaces. Phase 2 will consist of the conference centreRead More >
This three story development provides 30 emergency shelter beds and 25 supportive independent living transitional beds for the homeless ot those at risk of homelessness in the community.Read More >
Tekmar Control Systems Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of control equipment for hydronic heating systems. GeoTility installed one of the largest horizontal loops in Canada at their Research and Development facility in Vernon , BC. Tekmar chose GeoTility specifically for the energy efficiency and versatility of the geothermal systems... Read More >