New heritage conservation project in Quebec City
We have the great pleasure of announcing a new heritage conservation project in Quebec City. EVOQ in joint-venture with STGM have been mandated to provide architectural services for a feasibility study in view of a proposed building envelope rehabilitation project at the Louis S. St-Laurent Building.
This beautiful building is located at number 3 Passage du Chien-d’or in the heart of Old Quebec. Originally built in 1872-1873 and expanded in 1913-1919, the building was associated with a series of post offices and customs houses built in the years following Confederation. Its original architecture was inspired by the Second Empire style while the later additions and modifications were in keeping with Beaux-Arts style.
EVOQ is pleased to continue its long collaboration with STGM. The two firms have worked together for several years on the restoration of the Dominique-Ducharme Building in Old Montreal.