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Grant Morrison   Innovations In First Nations Housing Grant Morrison Innovations In First Nations Housing Presentation Transcript

  • Innovation in First Nation Housing Grant Morrison CMHC Assisted Housing Thunder Bay 807-343-2019 [email_address] CMHC web site: www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca
  • Presentation Outline Innovation in Housing Challenges Application of Innovation Examples in North-western Ontario First Nation Projects Break Products New Ideas
  • Why Innovate ? - Increase Durability - Reduced Maintenance - Cost - Operating Costs - Infrastructure Cost and Availability
  • Houses with a short lifespan Challenges
  • Challenges Foundation Performance
  • Challenges Insert info on Basements and crawl spaces Consider the house as a system. Each system has to be thought through
  • Challenges Site Conditions
  • Challenges Site Conditions
  • Challenges Transportation
  • Challenges Selection/Choice
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  • Challenges
  • Challenges Indoor Air Quality
  • Challenges Infrastructure
  • Challenges Weather
  • First Nation Projects Eagle Lake First Nation Healthy House That demonstrate the application of some innovations
  • Eagle Lake First Nation Healthy House -Not connected to Utilities -Slab on grade foundation -Hydronic in slab heating -Non-combustible Cement fibre siding -Metal roofing - Southern Orientation -Triple Glazed Low E windows -Rainwater collection -R 50 wall insulation -R 60 attic insulation -R 40 foundation insulation -HRV and central vacuum Exterior
  • Eagle Lake First Nation Healthy House -No framing around closets -Additional shelving -Improved air movement -Cost savings
  • Eagle Lake First Nation Healthy House
    • -Energy efficient appliances
    • -Low Volatile Organic
    • Chemicals
    • Compressed straw cabinets
    • -HRV system
    • -light fixtures on interior
    • partitions wherever possible
  • Eagle Lake First Nation Healthy House -Solar electricity/photovoltaics -Wind generator -Solar hot water -Diesel generator -Hot water storage -Wastewater treatment -Water purification system EcoNomad Micro Utility Container
  • EcoNomad Micro Utility Container Diesel Generator Hot water storage
  • EcoNomad Micro Utility Container or individually know as EcoSeptic Wastewater treatment -Waterloo Bio-filter -Wastewater recycling -Reduced disposal field ¼ the size of a conventional field
  • EcoNomad Micro Utility Container
  • First Nation Projects Fort Severn “ The most Northerly community in Ontario” located along the Hudson Bay coast
  • Fort Severn Completed Units
  • Fort Severn First Nation Structural Insulated Panels SIPs -Panels are equal to a 2 X 6 wall in thickness -Panels have oriented strand Exterior with drywall already applied. No Vapour Barrier is required. -R Value according to the Manufacturer is R 44 -Window and door openings are already cut
  • SIP Panels easily carried by two
  • SIP Panels splines and electrical chase
  • Panels secured together
  • SIP walls assembled in typical fashion
  • Assembly of exterior walls took two days SIP Panels
  • Fort Severn First Nation SIP unit compared to R22 52% savings SIP unit compared to R29.5 47% savings Energy Savings Comparison between conventional and SIP
  • First Nation Projects Mishkeegogmang
  • Mishkeegogamang
    • -First Project 12 units
    • -2 nd project 18 units
    • Insulated Slab foundation
    • -hydronic in-floor heating
    • -reinforced drywall
    • -metal roofing
    • -Hardi-plank siding
    • -reduced overhang size
  • Mishkeegogmang
    • Pre-framed wall sections
  • Mishkeegogmang First Nation Dial a mix concrete truck
  • BREAK
  • Innovative systems and materials
  • Slab Foundations Insulation vapour barrier and steel reinforcement
  • Control Manifold for In-Floor heating
  • Placing concrete for the slab
    • To obtain training for slab construction, check with the Portland Cement Association or a Provincial Cement Group.
    Lac La Croix First Nation
  • Tricky areas “Bathroom” Lac La Croix First Nation
  • Concrete finishing
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    Lac La Croix First Nation
  • THE FINISHED SLAB. Lac La Croix First Nation
  • Lac La Croix First Nation
  • Concrete slab finishes
  • Floating Slab Foundations First Nations now using concrete slabs: -Big Trout Lake -Lac La Croix -Webeque -Eabamatoong -Stanjicoming -Nicicousimanikaning -Necatchewan -Sandy Lake
  • Pex Piping
  • Overhangs
  • Warmboard
  • Exterior Utility Room
  • Image © Chuck F. Koonce Compact fluorescent light bulbs                                                                                                                                                                                      
  • Energy ANCAP Energy Star Appliances
  • http://www.ainc-inac .gc.ca/clc/index_e.html Aboriginal and Northern Community Action Program
  •                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ISO Shipping Containers
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  • Supplier Impact Designer
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  • SUTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT DEVELOPMENT THAT MEETS THE NEEDS OF THE PRESENT WITHOUT COMPROMISING THE ABILITY OF FUTURE GENERATIONS TO MEET THEIR OWN NEEDS From the World Commission on Environment and Development (the Brundtland Commission) 1967.
  • Publications:
    • -A guide to Mechanical Equipment
    • for Healthy Indoor Environments CMHC Research Report
    • Follow the Sun
    • A review of Training and Delivery Options
    • Concerning Aboriginal Housing
    • Info-Link Magazine
    Web Sites: ANCAP – www.ainc- inac.gc.ca/clc/index_e.html