Yorkson Creek Middle School

  • Photo Credit - CHP Architects

  • Photo Credit - CHP Architects

  • Photo Credit - CHP Architects

 

Yorkson Creek Middle School was developed with the Langley School District educational steering team. A combination of Mt. Slesse Middle School and Abbotsford Middle School, the team managed to design, execute working drawings and tender in 4 months. The project opened for school September 2014. Yorkson Creek Middle has a 750-student capacity for students in grades 6, 7 and 8.   The school serves the Willoughby area and serves as a transition school for R.C. Garnett Elementary, Langley Meadows Elementary, Willoughby Elementary, Lynn Fripps Elementary, and the new South East Yorkson area elementary. 
Yorkson Creek Middle School in Langley, B.C. has been awarded LEED Gold Certification by the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC). We would like to congratulate School District #35 – Langley and the rest of the design and construction team on this accomplishment.
Project Statistics
Client
School District #35 - Langley
Project Type
K-12
Location
British Columbia
Metro Vancouver
Size (m2)
5861
Completion Date
January 2016
Kane's Role
LEED Project Manager and Energy Modelling
Status
Gold Certified
Rating System
LEED NC
Services
Energy Modelling
LEED Project Management
Key Performance Indicators

100% reduction in irrigation water usage

30% reduction in potable water usage

51% energy cost reduction

80% of construction waste diverted from landfill