EVOQ recipient of three CAHP Awards
EVOQ is pleased to announce that three of our projects have been recognized by the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals at this year’s CAHP Awards.
Calgary City Hall (Calgary, AB)
CONSERVATION – ARCHITECTURE / AWARD OF MERIT
Awardees: Darryl Cariou (City of Calgary), Dima Cook, Alex Corey, Giovanni Diodati, Julia Gersovitz, O.C. and Eric Stein (EVOQ Architecture) and Nikolas Marshall-Moritz and Dan Prentice (RJC Engineers)
Calgary’s Historic City Hall is an architecturally significant civic building constructed in the Richardsonian Romanesque style. Rehabilitation of the Old City Hall involved extensive work to the interior and site, including the load-bearing stone masonry, wood windows, steel roof, clock tower and landscaping.
Papineau Memorial Chapel (Montebello, QC)
CONSERVATION – SMALL & LOVELY / AWARD OF MERIT
Awardees: Rosanne Moss (EVOQ Architecture), Eric Jokinen (Jokinen Engineering Services) and Ed Bowkett (Heritage Grade)
Located on the National Historic Site of the Manoir-Papineau, this small c.1854 building was rebuilt in 1933. Based on historical research, a conservation plan was developed to guide the restoration of the structure’s masonry, roof, doors and windows.
Located in Montreal’s Square Mile, the Melvin Charney sculpture garden built in 1990 features two concrete arcades. The project addressed two main challenges to conserve one of these arcades: cleaning thick white calthemite deposits from the arcade’s lower portion, and performing seamless localized concrete repairs.
We wish to congratulate all who participated or who were involved in these now award-winning projects.
View our complete list of Awards and Distinctions.