Location: 2100 Pierre-Dupuy Avenue, Montreal
Type : Offices, Industrial & Commercial
Mandate : Construction management
Project scope: 240,000 sq. ft.
Client : APM
Architect : Lemay & Associates Architects
Designer : Kiva Design
- Modernize and develop a heritage building
- Complete a range of large-scale works in an occupied administrative building, organize sequential works on the site and temporary solutions to avoid interrupting the client’s business activities
- Simultaneously carry out work on the building structure and interior renovations
- Carry out works to bring the building up to standard and deliver a range of leasehold improvements
Modernisation of the Cité-du-Havre
In the heart of the Cité du Havre, the Montreal Port Administration and its tenants occupy a huge heritage building that is a former 1967 World Fair pavilion.
In 2015, the QMD team was selected to manage the renovation and maintenance works in collaboration with the project manager and designers.
This very complex construction site was made up of two areas: external works on the building structure (including the demolition of an existing curtain wall and restoration of the building envelope), and interior renovations aimed at improving safety and ensuring an optimal delivery of services. Therefore, we completed restored the fire alarms and upgraded the elevators and the mechanical and electrical systems. We also improved user comfort by installing a new heating, ventilation and air-conditioning system, among other things. Lastly, we delivered a very varied series of leasehold improvements in the administrative offices, rest areas, cafeteria and convenience store, for example.
Throughout the works, the tenants were able to continue their business activities as before, thanks to meticulous planning, efficient communication and the installation of temporary solutions.