Montreal City Hall

Project Description


The renovation of the imposing and historic roof of the Montreal City Hall is a precision project requiring a high level of competence which is why the City of Montreal called on the expertise of Trois Toitures Toitures to complete the task. Work of such importance is subject to a variety of logistical constraints, norms and standards. Our skilled workforce accomplished high-quality work that makes the City Hall a monument that still retains its old-fashioned charm.

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Address
275 Notre-Dame E street,
Montreal, Quebec 

Year of the project
2008

Brasserie Labatt

Project Description


Renovation of the elastomeric membrane roof of Labatt Breweries, located at 50 Labatt Avenue in LaSalle, was a major project carried out by Toitures Trois Étoiles in 2015.

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Address
50 Labatt Avenue
LaSalle, Quebec 

Project year
2015

Laval Courthouse

Project Description


The Palais de Justice in Laval is a modern building. The complete restoration of the roof is a project of magnitude that the Toitures Trois Étoiles completed during the year 2015.

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Address
2800 Saint-Martin West Blvd.,
Laval, Québec 

Year of the project
2015

Historic Monument

Project description


Built in 1876, this historic monument is synonymous with prestige and quality. Its impressive Second Empire sytle architecture of is preserved and gives the cachet to the luxurious hotel. Les Toitures Trois Étoiles was commissioned to restore the roof while preserving its original appearance. Thus, our experts set to work to reconstruct every detail of the roof of the building to the nearest centimeter.

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Address
Rue Peel,
Montreal, Quebec 

The Lufa Farms

Project description 


Initiated by the veteran entrepreneur Mohamed Hage, Lufa Farms was founded in 2009. In 2010, Trois Toitures Toitures participated in the construction of the complex roof on which the Lufa greenhouses would be installed.

http://lufa.com

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Address
201-1400 Antonio-Barbeau street
Montreal, Quebec
H4N 1H5 

Year of the project
2010

Immaculate Conception Church

Project description 


The parish of the Immaculate Conception parish was founded in 1887. It was not until 1895 that the construction of the present church was undertaken. The desired location is on the corner of Rachel and Papineau streets, where there is a school that has to be moved about a hundred feet away. The work is carried out under the supervision of Brother Joseph Tremblay according to the plans of the architect Émile Tanguay. Since then, the Immaculate Conception parish has become part of our heritage. That’s why during the 2011 restoration, Trois Toitures Toitures was chosen. The preservation of original details and the amount of work on the roof of over 7,868 square feet of stainless steel was to be entrusted to a team of qualified experts.

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Address
1855, Rachel East street,
Montreal, Quebec

Years of the project
2011-2015

McGill University: Old Chancellor Day Hall

Project description


Housed in the Faculty of Law, the Old Chancellor Day Hall was designed by Bruce Price, the renowned American architect who also made the Chateau Frontenac in Quebec City. Preserving the cachet of this French chateau is essential for McGill University. Toitures Trois Étoiles has been called upon to restore this complex roof dating back to the 19th century. 

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Address
3644,  Peel street
Montreal, Quebec
H3A 1W9

Years of the project
2009-2010

Hypertec

Project Description


Hypertec is an IT company with one of its two head offices based in Montreal. The roofs of the facilities are large with more than 364,700 square feet.

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Address
9300 Trans-Canada Highway
Saint-Laurent, Quebec
H4S 1K5

Year of the project
2010-2011

Co-operative Housing “Sourire à la vie »

Project description


The “Sourire à la Vie” housing cooperative is part of the multifunctional building of the Bon- Pasteur monastery. The latter, designed in 1847, is listed as a historic building by the Société immobilière du patrimoine architectural de Montréal, which owned it from 1983 to 1990. The standards for repairing and rehabilitating such a building are extremely strict and require expert appraisal in repairing roofs.

Map of the Montréal heritage directory Montreal

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Address
104, Sherbrooke Est Street
Montreal, Quebec
H2X 1C3

Year of the project
2007