Net Zero Water will be supplying the Rainwater Harvesting System for each of the two five-storey buildings of The Courtyards, in the heart of Cathedraltown.
Located at 101 Cathedral High Street, Markham, Ontario, the two five-storey buildings of The Courtyards will contain residential suites and ground-floor commercial and retail units. This elegant community – just east of Highway 404 between Major Mackenzie Drive and Elgin Mills Road – is close to schools, shops, cultural and entertainment venues and major transportation hubs.
The design was customized to meet the project’s specific goals, including a cistern with accessories, a treatment and a non-potable booster package skid (built and tested with ESA certification) for vehicle washing and irrigation purposes.
Net Zero Water engineers worked closely with J&S Mechanical Inc., Integral Group and Caricari Lee Architects. Net Zero Water then selected and sized the proper non-potable booster pump package to deliver 20 GPM at 58 PSI to meet the LEED Silver Certification and stormwater management requirements. As part of all Net Zero Water’s turn-key solutions, system commissioning, testing, and training are included in the system’s purchase to ensure system operation and reliability for years to come.
Occupancy is expected in late 2021.
See website for more information: https://cathedraltown.com/