Facts & Figures

Project Evergreen Brick Works
Country CanadaToronto, Canada
Architect Diamond Schmitt Architects Toronto, Canada
Engineer Hallsall Associates
Main contractor Eastern Construction
Offices 11 743 m2
Completed 2010
Jaga Products 45 Mini Canal
69 Strada
44 Tempo
Award LEED Platinum certified LEED Platinum



The Evergreen Brick Works project converts a deteriorating industrial site in Toronto’s Don Valley into an important environmentally based community landmark to engage visitors in experiences connected to nature and city. Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, the Centre for Green Cities is the only new building on site. Achieving LEED Platinum certification, the building comprises a welcome center, retail and amenity space, administrative offices and workspace for the program partners.
That’s why Jaga Low-H2O radiators were the perfect solution to incorporate into this building. They use less energy. Their moderate impact on the environment continues even after their working lives. The fact that a Jaga Low-H2O radiator is lighter and smaller than traditional radiators at the same power, means not as much raw material is needed for production. Low-H2O radiators have a longer life and at the end of their life, they can be completely recovered.