Georges Drolet has been a Partner of EVOQ since 2007 and leads the firm’s development and new construction projects. With the combined outlook of architect and architectural historian, Georges develops strategies mindful of the specific character of the places on which he intervenes. His insight and his methodical approach benefit complex projects located on prestigious sites.
In the field of real estate development, Georges specializes in the architectural integration of new buildings within sensitive built environments. Within heritage sectors, his projects are recognized for being both innovative and respectful of their context.
As an architectural historian, Georges has presented his research at conferences and in publications for reputable organizations in Canada and the United States. In 2023, he was named a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada College, one of the highest distinctions the RAIC can confer upon a member. He is also a member of the Conseil du Patrimoine de Montréal and ICOMOS Canada’s Board of Directors. Georges has also taught architecture, history and heritage conservation at the Université de Montréal and McGill University and is a member of the Society of Architectural Historians.
- Calgary’s Historic City Hall
- Sir George-Étienne Cartier Monument
- Rideau Hall
- Queen and Portland
- Mosaique Apartments
- Beaux-Arts Condominiums
- Les Éclusiers Lofts
- Hotel Gault
- 357 de la Commune Ouest
- Ernest-Cormier Building (Quebec Court of Appeal)