Overall Rating Silver - expired
Overall Score 61.29
Liaison Bonnie Dong
Submission Date Aug. 31, 2018
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STARS v2.1

MacEwan University
IC-2: Operational Characteristics

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete N/A Jim Lygo
"---" indicates that no data was submitted for this field

Endowment size:
72,217,804 US/Canadian $

Total campus area:
16.09 Hectares

Large city

IECC climate zone:
7- Very Cold

Gross floor area of building space:
222,406.36 Gross Square Metres

Floor area of laboratory space:
0 Square Metres

Floor area of healthcare space:
0 Square Metres

Floor area of other energy intensive space:
3,975.60 Square Metres

Additional documentation to support the submission :

Endowment size reported in Canadian dollars as of June 30, 2018.
Responsible Party Endowment size:
Layla Luan, CPA CGA
Manager, General Accounting
Tel (780) 633-3968

Allard Hall (commissioned in September 2017) is not included in this report, as no solid data bases, especially concerning OP credits, existed at the time of submission. Therefore, we are reporting the 2016/17 boundary including the Centre for the Arts Campus.

The boundary encompasses the following buildings (in sqm):
105 Street Building: 14,900.50
106 Street Building: 27,577.40
107 Street Building: 35,217.00
GMC-Centre for Sports & Wellness: 10,024.60
University Service Centre Building: 33,204.30
109 Street Pedway: 393.00
Robbins Health Learning Centre: 29,300.40
Student Residence:32,902.20
GMC-Alberta College Campus: 13,988.30
Centre for the Arts Campus: 19,748.66
Centre for the Arts Parkade: 5,150.00

Energy intensive spaces were discussed on an individual basis with Facilities (specifically with the person responsible for Space Management and the Maintenance Manager).
In our space inventory, some rooms are labelled server rooms or mechanical rooms, but only some meet the criteria of and energy intensive space as outlined in the technical manual. (E.g. one server room is not a true server room in the sense of a server room or the name should be changed. The second room has cooling in it because it has a significant enough of a heat load that we agreed is was a high intensity space). The energy intensive spaces that were applicable are marked in yellow (see additional documentation uploaded above). The space classification was done in various stages, but it is generally based on the judgement and discretion of the Facilities Department. Energy intensive spaces comprise food preparation spaces and all spaces with heavier energy intensive equipment (e.g. cooling, heating systems, compactors, energy intensive lab equiment [however, MacEwan has no scientific labs]).

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