Urban Design - Landscape

Port of Montréal Tower


Port of Montréal Tower: Guardian of memories of the city’s industrial past Breathing new life into an outdated port installation: Provencher_Roy’s mission in the Old Port of Montréal. An iconic 65-metre tower and its belvedere overlooking the waterway complete the Grand Quai transformation, proposing a spectacular observatory of the city and Saint Lawrence River. What […]

Port of Montréal Grand Quai


The Alexandra Pier rehabilitation project transforms the former pier into a river promenade of exceptional quality that extends the linear pedestrian network developed over several decades along the Saint Lawrence River. The Iberville Passenger Terminal, built in 1967 on the pier, was completely renovated in order to welcome cruise passengers arriving in Montréal with modern […]

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 […]

Place du Portage III Renewal Project


The renewal of PDP3 is founded on a premise of repairing the legacy of PdP3 in many dimensions The building is one of the largest federal office buildings in Canada and is the headquarters for both PSPC and Shared Services Canada (SSC). The renewal of PDP3 is founded on a premise of repairing the legacy […]

Hélène Desmarais Building – HEC Montréal


HEC Montréal’s Hélène Desmarais Building: A contemporary face for an historic institution What if training the leaders of the future started with immersion in responsible architecture in tune with its surroundings? Designing a new 24,000-m2 building in downtown Montréal to expand the horizons of the oldest business and administration School in the country was the […]

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 […]

Bois-Franc TOD Area


DETAILLED PLANIFICATION PROGRAM PROGRAM Office area 39,600 m² Commercial area 37,700 m² 7,700 new housing units 3 schools 2 public squares 9 neighbourhood and neighbourhood parks 2 structuring green corridors. Intermodal and multifunctional hub near an REM station Sustainable mobility network focused on user-friendliness and safety of active travel Restructuring of the urban grid in […]

Saint-Basile-le-Grand TOD area


The objective of this planning exercise is to define the general guidelines of the development project with a view to allowing for greater building density, while ensuring that it harmonizes with the existing built environment. Without fixing the master plan, which will evolve over time, the development concept will focus on defining the spatial and […]