The Wilder Building Espace Danse, a transformed heritage building in Montréal, has been awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification in the new construction and renovation (NC) category.
A new facility designed for automotive and manufacturing innovation has opened at the National Research Council Canada (NRC) office in London, Ont. The open-concept collaborative workspace designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects transforms an existing NRC laboratory.
In the Mile End neighbourhood of Montréal, a storefront space and basement was transformed by Thomas Balaban Architect’s (TBA) into a 345-m2 (3714-sf) mixed-use building. The structure is now home to the Pierrefonds Animal Hospital (HVdP), a Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) emergency clinic, and four residential units in and on top of a small, abandoned photo studio.
Construction of Molson Coors Canada’s most modern brewing facility and distribution centre has started in Longueuil, Que. Pomerleau-Alberici, a partnership between Pomerleau and Alberici Constructors, will lead the design and construction aspects of the project.
The clubhouse for Golf Exécutif Montréal, located in Québec, is a green oasis in the St. Lawrence River facing downtown Montréal. Designed by Architecture49, the wood-framed building includes sheltered driving-range tees, a bar in the centre of a spacious lounge, a full restaurant kitchen, state-of-the-art golf simulators, a pro shop, offices, and mechanical spaces.
A revitalized and expanded recreational facility has opened in Oakville, Ont., to meet the needs of a diverse and growing community. Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, the Trafalgar Park Community Centre transforms a site that has been a community hub for more than 60 years.
International design firm Lemay, interdisciplinary artist Angela Silver, and SNC-Lavalin have won the City of Montréal’s anonymous International Multidisciplinary Landscape Architecture Competition to design the city’s new Place des Montréalaises, a vast public space in the Champ-de-Mars sector to honour 21 Montréal women who have shaped the city.
As part of the $200-million revitalization of the Place Ville Marie Esplanade in Montréal, residents will soon enjoy a brand-new concept: A gourmet biergarten in the city’s downtown. Imagined by Sid Lee Architecture and A5 Hospitality, and executed by Sid Lee Architecture | Menkes Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architects in consortium, Le Carthcart Restaurants et Biergarten will open in late 2019.