The provincial capital’s gateway to the world, Jean-Lesage International is Quebec’s second largest airport, after Montreal’s Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau airport, and twelfth in Canada in terms of number of passengers.
Major renovations were made to the existing terminal’s architectural and functional features to match Quebec City’s status as a UNESCO World Heritage city, a cradle of francophone culture, an historic landmark and a prosperous university town.
The project’s main goals were:
Aéroport international Jean-Lesage de Québec
31 300 m2
Gagnon Letellier Cyr Ricard Mathieu et Associés architectes / Cardinal Hardy et Associés architectes
Gérance de construction : J.E.Verreault
Bouthillette Parizeau / Teknika HBA
Yockell Associés inc.
The renovations, during which all airport operations were maintained, required demolishing a portion of the terminal, construction of a new sector and renovation of the existing international sector, including:
Major renovations were made to the existing terminal’s architectural and functional features to match Quebec City’s status
Honourable Mention, Institutional category, Canadian Interiors
Honourable Mention, Hospitality category, Canadian Interiors
Public choice Award, ''Les Mérites d’architecture de la Ville de Québec''
Award of Excellence, Commercial / Institutional category, Canadian Institute of Steel Construction