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|1||300 Main||143 m / 469 ft|
|2||CanWest Place||128 m / 420 ft|
|3||Richardson Building||126.1 m / 414 ft|
|4||360 Main||117 m / 384 ft|
|5||Manitoba Hydro Place||114.9 m / 377 ft|
|6||55 Nassau North||109 m / 358 ft|
|7||Le Chateau York||97.2 m / 319 ft|
|8||MTS Place Main||96 m / 315 ft|
|9||225 Carlton||87 m / 285 ft|
|10||Heritage Landing||86 m / 282 ft|
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Manitoba Hydro Place Chosen as Featured Building
01 November 2011
Designed to be site specific, this building could…
KPMB Architects Present on Manitoba Hydro Place
22 October 2009
Bruce Kuwabara of KPMB Architects, presents on…
23 May 2022
Using a Perforated Hollow Steel Beam to Build Up Timber Hybrid Fire-Rated Slim Floors
Life-cycle analyses have shown that glulam mass-timber beams can be less sustainable than a hybrid flat-slab system in high-rise applications. The presentation discusses an optimized...
30 May 2018
Energy Company Headquarters is an “Open Book” on Sustainable Design
Manitoba Hydro, a government-owned utility company, gets nearly all its electricity from self-renewing water power. Its headquarters tower, Manitoba Hydro Place, integrated time-tested environmental concepts...
14 August 2019
High-Rise Development Intensifies in Winnipeg’s Entertainment District
Five new high-rise buildings are currently under development in Winnipeg’s downtown area, True North Square. The city’s Sports, Hospitality, and Entertainment District (SHED) is centered...