Darwin Bridges


Located on Nuns’ Island in Montréal, the twin Darwin bridges open new architectural perspectives through their use of local sustainable materials. They are also aligned with Ville de Montréal’s vision to accelerate the city’s ecological transition and establish itself as a North American model of sustainable mobility. By replacing the old structures that had reached […]

Ottawa Train Station and Via Rail Business Lounge


Inaugurated in 1966, the Ottawa Station is an International Style building distinguished by the use of glass, steel, and raw concrete. It was granted the status of “Heritage Railway Station” in June of 1996. Adapting a heritage building for contemporary use — The wing refurbishment project consists of a major redevelopment, featuring a lounge for […]

Bois-Franc TOD Area


TOD – TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT The Bois-Franc TOD project is part of the new metropolitan orientations aimed at linking urban planning and sustainable mobility by orienting development around public transit infrastructures in the greater Montreal area. The Bois-Franc intermodal station, located at the limits of the boroughs of Saint-Laurent and Ahuntsic-Cartierville, is destined to become […]

Desjardins Odyssée Lounge


Aéroports de Montréal wished mainly to attract a family clientele in this VIP lounge and this willingness has led the creative gesture of the designers in the elaboration of a fun, colorful and lively place. The entrance, which is part of the new international jetty, blends in with the existing one, using the same aesthetic […]

Reservation Pavilion – Canadian Aviation and Space Museum of Canada


The Canada Aviation and Space Museum embarked on a major expansion project in 2003 in response to a significant increase in its collections and programs.  The architectural expression of this extension is inspired by the aerodynamic shape of an airplane wing. The construction is industrial and uses the vocabulary of traditional hangars with their curved, […]

Revitalization of Sainte-Catherine Street West and Phillips Square


REVITALIZATION AND REDEVELOPMENT For more than two centuries, its development has been in step with the eclectic pace of the city and its colourful inhabitants. In downtown Montreal, Sainte-Catherine Street West, as well as Phillips Square and Place du Frère-André, blends the past and the present. Architects the world over have built their works along […]

Vendôme Entryway


The construction of a second entrance building at the Vendôme metro station, located in the Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough, seeks to increase access capacity to the station and to create a direct underground pedestrian link from the new entryway to the AMT platforms and the McGill University Health Centre. The project’s elements are partially integrated into the […]

Samuel De Champlain Bridge


Definition design and urban integration Provencher_Roy designed a signature bridge attuned to the needs of the Montréal metropolitan area and emblematic of the Saint Lawrence River, the city of Montréal and Canada. The project is carried out through the collaborative efforts of Arup, the Government of Canada, Danish architects Dissing+Weitling, and support from the SM […]

Port of Montréal’s Grand Quai and Cruise Terminal


2018 – CRUISE TERMINAL The project distinguishes itself by its ability to implement, in the Montréal area, projects that constitute a focus for further development. At a time when the creation of public spaces is increasingly important, the firm restored a pier and transformed it into an exceptional riverwalk that was integrated into the existing […]

Montréal-Trudeau International Airport


Aéroports de Montréal, the company in charge of managing, operating and developing the Montreal Airport in Dorval, launched a facilities upgrade program in 1995 with a view to transforming a domestic and continental airport into a world-class international airport.