July 6th, 2017 – The 25-storey student residence was developed by Knightstone Capital Management and is a University of Toronto affiliated residence; providing 298 residential units for local students. The newly built student residence features a Greyter Water Systems’ solution that treats and processes rainwater so that it can be used for the residence’s toilet flushing needs. “We were thrilled to have been selected to help CampusOne in their efforts to manage water most efficiently,” said Mark Sales, CEO of Greyter Water Systems. Many cities throughout the United States in Canada have water infrastructure that was not designed to handle large amounts of stormwater runoff created by new developments. By collecting and treating rainwater and using it for toilet flushing, Greyter’s rainwater harvesting systems reduce the amount of potable water used for toilet flushing while reducing the volume of stormwater that is sent to the municipal sewer system. CampusOne Student Residence was designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects and was professionally engineered by MCW Consulting and RJC Consulting Engineers. Multiplex Canada was the construction manager for the development. CampusOne was developed by Knightstone Capital and a number of contractors contributed to the construction of the project including Lisi Mechanical.
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