Provencher_Roy is proud to announce the opening of its new offices near downtown Ottawa and Parliament Hill, in the dynamic ByWard Market historic district. As a multidisciplinary firm with some 350 employees, Provencher_Roy provides services in architecture, urban design, urban planning and landscape architecture, interior design, industrial design, sustainable development and graphic design. This work and meeting space makes it possible for the firm to have a team present in the city to pursue the development of new projects in architecture and to better serve the firm’s Ontario-based clients. As well, Provencher_Roy is recruiting 10 new employees, consisting of architects, architectural technicians and interior designers. Jenny Lafrance is the chief contact person for architecture services, while Anna Westlund, a partner in the interior design division, is the resource person for interior design services.
A number of projects are currently underway in Ottawa, among them the work on Ottawa’s VIA Rail train station and the feasibility study and redevelopment of the Place du Portage office complex. The firm is also busy with the renovation of the envelope of Terrasses de la Chaudière and with the new Library and Archives Canada (LAC). Provencher_Roy has been involved in major projects in the National Capital Region for several years now, bringing to them its expertise of more than 35 years.