Canadian Museum for Human Rights

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is over 24,000 m2 (260,000 sq. ft.). This iconic building draws visitors from across the globe, and is instantly recognizable on Winnipeg’s skyline. The inspiring design and layout of the building and its mechanical systems meant that the design and construction team needed to team with a supplier like Midwest Engineering that has the technical experience and know-how to provide equipment solutions that work seamlessly and efficiently with the unique requirements. The building costs were in excess of $300 million and Midwest Engineering supplied most of the H.V.A.C. equipment for this LEED project including energy efficient Daikin Magnetic Bearing Chillers, Custom Air Handling Units, Chillers, Fluid Coolers, Custom Radiation, and Silencers. This was just part of the custom mechanical system that Midwest Engineering was able to provide for this one-of-a-kind landmark building.


Winnipeg, Manitoba

Lead Engineer

The Mitchell Partnership

Products Sold

Custom Air Handling Units
Fluid Coolers
Cooling Towers
Variable Frequency Drives
Booster Pump Packages
Steam Humidifiers
Computer Room Air Conditioners
Custom Wall Fin Radiation
Unit Heaters
Fan Coil Units
Heat Exchangers
Expansion Tanks
Flex Connectors