Endeavour Project Portfolio

Endeavour Project Portfolio

Our instructors have designed and built:

  • Amazing buildings
  • Combining natural building materials
  • With renewable energy and innovative systems
  • Creating buildings that set high standards for sustainability

Explore some of these buildings to learn about the strategies, materials and systems used by our instructors in their work. These buildings reflect the kind of projects that will be undertaken by students at Endeavour. We seek out projects that have high degrees of sustainability and engage the wider community in their creation and end use.

4Cs

The 4Cs Food Bank and Lily Anne Thrift Store was designed by Chris Magwood and built by students at Fleming College’s sustainable building program in 2005.

Located in downtown Haliburton, this building created a new home for this valuable community service. The thrift store raises funds that help make the food bank activities possible. more

Kinark Sustainable Living Centre

The Kinark Sustainable Living Centre was designed by Chris Magwood and built by students at Fleming College’s sustainable building program in 2006.

Located at the Kinark Outdoor Centre near Carnarvon, Ontario, this building created a new home for a wide range of sustainable living programming at the centre. The centre offers a living example of the strategies, materials and technologies for school children and adult groups. The building was the winner of the Canada Wood Council’s Wood Champion Award for its innovative use of timber materials.

RD Lawrence Place

RD Lawrence Place was designed by Chris Magwood, Jen Feigin and Ingrid Cryns and built by students at Fleming College’s sustainable building program in 2007.

Located in downtown Minden, Ontario, this building created a museum home for the collected manuscripts and memorabilia of renowned Canadian environmentalist and author, RD Lawrence. The museum is part of the Minden Cutural Centre, and offers programming related to environmental issues and creative writing.

Arts Centre Hastings

The Arts Centre Hastings performing arts building was designed by Chris Magwood and Ingrid Cryns and built by students at Fleming College’s sustainable building program in 2008.

Located in downtown Madoc, Ontario, this building created an indoor and outdoor venue for performing arts in a family park complex that includes a skate park, splash pad and canteen.
A living roof covers an outdoor stage that can play to crowds of 300 or more, and the octagonal interior is an 80-seat theatre space. The building was the recipient of an Award of Excellence from the Consulting Engineers of Ontario for it’s innovative structural components.

Camp Kawartha Environment Centre

The Camp Kawartha Environment Centre was designed by Chris Magwood, Jen Feigin and Our Cool Blue Architects, and built by the students at Fleming College’s sustainable building program in 2009.

Located in Peterborough, Ontario on the grounds of Trent University, this building created a new home for Camp Kawartha’s environmental learning programming for school children, teacher education students and the wider community. The building is a living example of the strategies, materials and technologies that form the curriculum at the centre.

Habitat for Humanity house

The Habitat for Humanity house was designed by Chris Magwood and Jen Feigin for the Peterborough and District Habitat for Humanity affiliate, and built by the students at Fleming College’s sustainable building program in 2010.

Located in a north end suburb of Peterborough, Ontario, this building created a new three bedroom home for a deserving family of four. The building was built to a LEED Platinum certification and was the winner of the Peterborough and Kawartha Home Builders Association Green Technology Award and the Home Sweet Home Affordable House of the Year award.

Sandra Zabludofsky home

Sandra Zabludofsky’s home was designed by Chris Magwood and Dale Brownson and built by Chris, Dale and Deirdre McGahern in 2004.

Located near Madoc, Ontario, this two bedroom, 1200 square foot home was built with the utmost attention to the use of local, sustainable materials and occupant comfort and health.

Greg Magwood home

Greg Magwood and Cathy Falcone’s home was designed by Chris Magwood and built by Chris, Greg and friends and family in 2003.

Located near Madoc, Ontario, this three bedroom, 2400 square foot home was built with the utmost attention to the use of local, sustainable materials and occupant comfort and health. It includes a martial arts dojo and home office space.

 

 

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