EVOQ Wins Two Prestigious Architecture Awards

October 28, 2016

Wellington Building and Blinderman Residence recognized for heritage architecture excellence

EVOQ Architecture (formerly FGMDA) is proud to announce that the firm has won two prestigious architecture awards from the Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP):

 

The Wellington Building received an Award of Excellence in the category of Conservation: Architecture. The Committee and Jury thought “the project complexities were very well explained, and appreciated the high quality of the design work.” The Wellington Building is a Federal Government building in the Parliamentary Precinct of Ottawa, Ontario. EVOQ was the Heritage Conservation Architect, responsible for all aspects of the historic elements in the complex, including the exterior envelope, ornamental entrance canopy and the interior heritage spaces.  The rehabilitation, restoration and preservation of these elements were designed and managed by Julia Gersovitz, Eric Stein and Neil McNulty. The prime consultant was NORR Limited


The Blinderman Residence
received an Award of Excellence in the category of Conservation: Small & Lovely. The Committee and the Jury thought the submission was “excellent, and appreciated the sensitive minimal intervention.” The residence is the former home of renowned architect Percy Nobbs, located in Westmount, Quebec. The project was designed and managed by Julia Gersovitz, Rosanne Moss and Giovanni Diodati.

The awards were presented at the National Trust Conference in Hamilton, Ontario on October 21, 2016. “We are extremely honoured to be recognized with these awards. The two projects showcase the range of our expertise and talents, which we apply with equal passion to monumental institutional buildings and smaller, architectural gems” said Julia Gersovitz, EVOQ Director.

 

About the CAHP and the National Trust for Canada

The Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP) is a non-profit organization that provides stewardship for cultural heritage resources, promotes the highest standards of heritage conservation principles and practice, and fosters and promotes public and legislative support for the conservation of heritage resources. The National Trust for Canada is a membership-based organization and charity established by the Government of Canada dedicated to promoting the conservation, understanding and appreciation of our nation’s heritage buildings, historic places and cultural landscapes.

CAHP Awards 2016 | ACECP Programme de Prix 2016 

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