Victoria sur le parc and 700 Saint-Jacques are an ecosystem where you can live, work and play in one place. The spaces were designed to open minds and make borders disappear. Fluid & interconnected, Victoria sur le parc and 700 Saint-Jacques will be a reflection of Montreal's unique energy.
The new 40-storey building will rise 200 metres above ground and will total approximately 1.1 million square feet of office space. It will be connected to the Montreal underground city (RÉSO) and stand adjacent to a 40,000-sq. ft. urban park open to the public.
This 15-floor building is the second of 2 buildings built for Public Works and Government Services Canada in Gatineau and was designed in accordance with the strictest standards in order to achieve LEED® Gold certification.
Dream, one of Canada's leading real estate companies, contracted Broccolini for the renovation of an existing 11-story building built in the 1920's.
Designed to accommodate 4 tenants, this mixed-use office and retail building spans a surface area of 49,760 sq.ft. The building was built in 2004 and was completely renovated in 2016.
Broccolini’s impressive office building at 2400 Sources Boulevard stands as a remarkable addition to the landscape, boasting modern construction and design.
Quebec based organization, IMS (Now IQVIA), approached Broccolini for the design and construction of a facility featuring office space for over 300 employees, a full kitchen, indoor parking, and a fitness centre.
ABB, a leading global company in energy and automation technology, establishes itself in the Saint-Laurent Campus of Technoparc Montréal. Operating in over 100 countries and employing over 140,000 employees world-wide, the company invested $70 million to create a new ultra-modern high-tech centre.
An extension of BMW's Canadian Head Office, this training centre is a high-end facility with high-tech service bays adjacent to the training rooms and the BMW Academy. This high-quality facility features a green and environmentally-friendly designed structure.
Located directly on the Trans-Canada Highway, this $75-million project consisted of the renovation of an existing building and the construction of a brand new one. The facility was built in compliance with the most stringent environmental standards and qualified for LEED® Certification, a first in the city of Kirkland.
The strategic location of this 4-storey building provides it with good visibility in addition to being situated in the heart of rapidly developing business centre.
Business telecommunications and networking company, Ciena, needed to expand their facilities in order to respond to their growth. The project consisted of 3 buildings, including 2 new buildings, for a total area of 425,000 square feet located in the new Ottawa Campus. The project represents an investment of $150 million.