Anne-Marie Edward Science Building
EBC built the 11,555 m² Health and Science Building, Anne-Marie Edwards, at John Abbott College. The building has 6 floors above ground and one underground. The foundations rest on a concrete base and some areas have rock anchors. The pavilion includes classrooms, teaching laboratories with chemical fume hoods (physics, biology and chemistry), offices and student services spaces, including a massive 800 m² agora.
- The building envelope is exclusively composed of curtain walls. This architectural design is particularly innovative and knows no precedent in Québec, as well as in Canada.
- Teaching and learning activities were maintained throughout the work.
- An underground mechanical tunnel connecting the new pavilion to the other campus buildings was attached to maintain all services operational.
- Activity Sector Institutional
- Client Collège John Abbott
- Year 2010-2012
- Value $30,500,000
- Engineers SDK et Associés / Pageau Morel et associés
- Architect Saucier + Perrotte Architectes
- Realisation Mode General Contractor