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.
In order to meet the demands of the company's growth, WeWork opened a second location in Montreal, establishing its new branch in Broccolini’s mixed-use project, L/Avenue, one of the tallest mixed-use towers in the city. Broccolini was commissioned to develop 75,000 square feet of modern office space divided over 3 floors.
Hagen contracted Broccolini to design and build their Canadian head office. Exhibiting a contemporary and stylish look, the architecture reflects the customer's desire to confirm its leading role in America, while also supporting sustainable development.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A truly unique building! Located on the corner of Bank and Slater Streets, this 9-storey building, the creation of Richard Chmiel Architect & Associates, was designed to meet the most stringent demands for energy efficiency in Canada in order to attain LEED® (Leadership Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Certification.
Located in the heart of Ottawa's Central Business District, the EDC occupies a monumental landmark which represents the largest office construction project in the Capital's downtown area for the past 25 years. "150 Slater Street" brings depth and sophistication to the Ottawa skyline, elevating the standards for future construction in the sector.
Laurentian place is an office building with commercial spaces located on the ground floor. This development offers the advantages of being in the suburbs while also providing the benefits of a downtown environment. Convenient establishments, such as restaurants and shopping, are all within walking distance.
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.