Intermediate landscapes. Boisé Library by Lemay

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Architects
Project team
Claude Jean (project manager ), Jean Marcil (partner in charge), Eric Pelletier (lead designer), Pierre Labonté, Amélie Turgeon, Annie Martineau, Bao Nguyen and Denis Clermont.
Collaborators
Structural engineering.- SDK et associés inc. (Hélène Brisebois).
Mechanical and electrical engineering.- Leroux Beaudoin Hurens et associés inc. (Benoit Lemire, project manager).
Contractor
Pomerleau.
Area
5960 sqm, (4286 sqm for the library).
Capacity.- 140,000 documents.
Dates
From 2013 to 2014.
Location
2727 Thimens Boulevard, Saint-Laurent, Montréal, Canada.
Budget
Approximately $20 million CA.
Photography
Yien Chao. Doublespace photography.

Louis T. Lemay, Marc Bouchard, Isabelle Giasson, Pierre Larouche, Michel Lauzon Lemay

Lemay. Founded in 1957 as an architectural firm, Lemay is one of Canada’s leading integrated environmental design firms, combining architecture, urban design, interior design, landscape architecture, structural engineering, and branding into a multidisciplinary and synergetic offer. Now well established in Canada, the United States, China, Algeria, Costa Rica, the Caribbean, and the Middle East, Lemay brings together nearly 350 professionals who offer their creativity to support their clients’ business strategies.

Recognized by Deloitte as one of Canada's 50 Best Managed Companies, Lemay is also a leader among integrated design firms. Lemay—one of Canada's most-awarded firms— creates distinctive projects of all scales and complexities. In recent years, Lemay has been the driving force behind several landmark projects that have garnered attention here and abroad, most notably the New City of El-Menia in Algeria, the STM Stinson transport center, the Place d'Armes, the Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, the Mount Stephen Hotel Complex, the Astral Head Office and the Centre Bell (in a consortium).

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