The Port of Montréal Tower: a new icon for the city


The Port of Montréal Tower is now ready to open its doors to visitors. A signature Provencher_Roy project, this new 65-metre-high attraction pays homage to the Port’s industrial past, while creating a unique landmark for Montréalers and tourists. It therefore constitutes the crowning jewel of the “Grand Quai”, an elegant final touch that completes the […]

Claude Provencher awarded the 2023 RAIC Gold Medal posthumously


The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) awards ceremony was held May 5, in Calgary. Claude Provencher’s wife Lucie Bouthillette received the Gold Medal on his behalf. Sonia Gagné, Principal Partner Architect; Nicolas Demers-Stoddart, Partner Architect; and Claude Bourbeau, President of Provencher_Roy, were also in attendance. Claude Provencher co-founded Provencher_Roy with Michel Roy in 1983. […]

Claude Provencher: recipient of the OAQ Medal of Merit


The OAQ awards of excellence ceremony was held Friday, April 21, in Montréal. In attendance were Lucie Bouthillette, Claude’s spouse, in addition to the principal partners, including Sonia Gagné, Roch Cayouette, Benoit Laforest, and Claude Bourbeau, President of Provencher_Roy. In 1983, Claude co-founded Provencher_Roy alongside Michel Roy. A firm believer in the architect’s role in […]

Claude Bourbeau named Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada


Claude Bourbeau, Principal Partner, Architect, LEED AP BD+C, and President of Provencher_Roy has been named Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) among 26 other architects. The Fellow title granted by the RAIC College recognizes members for their contributions to research, furthering of knowledge, public service, and dissemination of the profession. With an […]

Construction work officially kicks off at the new Hôpital de Vaudreuil-Soulanges


On February 10, Québec Minister of Health Christian Dubé announced the beginning of work on the new Hôpital Vaudreuil-Soulanges. As Advocate Architect of the project, Provencher_Roy et Yelle Maillé architectes in joint venture is fully immersed in the hospital programming and real estate solution of the historic construction. In fact, this hospital project constitutes the […]

First LEED Fellow recognition for a Quebec architect


LEED Fellows represent the top of their fields in green building design, engineering and development. Montréal, Québec – Friday, September 16, 2022 – Provencher_Roy’s Guillaume Martel, Architect and Partner, has been 2022 LEED Fellow by the Green Business Certification Inc. (GBCI). Guillaume is among 20 professionals who represent exceptional practitioners and leaders within the green building […]

Reception Pavilion of Québec’s National Assembly wins International Architecture Awards 2022 for Excellence


The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design (in partnership with the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies) has awarded the International Architecture Awards 2022 to the Reception Pavilion of Québec’s National Assembly in the Government Buildings category. The design of the Reception Pavilion revolutionizes how citizens participate in their democracy. It […]

Appointment at Provencher_Roy


Provencher_Roy is pleased to announce the appointment of Claude Bourbeau as President. Initially a partner at Beauchamp Roy in 1989, then at Beauchamp Bourbeau architectes in 1994, Claude Bourbeau joined Provencher_Roy as an architect and principal partner in 2005. He has since worked on some of the most important public sector projects in Québec, notably […]

The National Assembly’s Reception Pavilion receives a Governor General Award in Architecture.


June 6th, 2022 The Reception Pavilion of the Québec National Assembly has been selected to receive one of the prestigious 2022 Governor General’s Medals in Architecture. Coordinated by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada and the Canada Council for the Arts, the award recognizes and celebrates outstanding design by Canadian architects. With sweeping spaces for […]

Claude Provencher, conveyor of beauty


Beauty. The first word that comes to mind when I think of Claude Provencher, conveyor of beauty. This man was passionate about the beauty of the country and knew how to share it. With a stroke of his pencil, his gesture asserts itself in the streets he draws. The buildings he creates or recreates become […]