Work in progress
The copper roofing of the Saint-Hyacinthe Market turret was revealed under a light November snow!
The church of La Visitation-de-la-Bienheureuse-Vierge-Marie was awarded the 2018 restauration prize by the Conseil du patrimoine Religieux du Québec.
Congratulation to the whole team who contributed to the project and demonstrated impressive craftsmanship, skill and patience.
Work in progress
The second and third phases of the restoration of the Saint-Hyacinthe public market are underway. The works involves the replacement of the exterior brick layer, the restoration of the tinsmith of the roof, the consolidation of the lumber structure, and the integration of exterior lighting. Completed earlier this year, the first phase involved important foundation works, the interior planning of the basement and important electric and mechanical installations.
Contractor : Phase 1 Rainville et frères | Phase 2 and 3 St-Denis Thompson
The first phase of the Saint-Régis masonry restoration is almost complete. The work includes the restoration of the masonry of the Nova Scotia Wallace sandstone facade and the refurbishment of the tinsmith on the roof cornices. Affleck de la Riva coordinated the work and took in charge the documentation to obtain important subsidies for the client.
Masonry : Atwill-Morin
Tinsmith : Saint-Léonard
Work in progress
Completed in 1751, the church of La Visitation-de-la-Bienheureuse-Vierge-Marie is one of the oldest churches of Montreal. Affleck de la Riva architects is coordinating the restoration of the interior finishes – an impressive demonstration of craftsmanship, skill and patience.
Painting and Gilding : André Domon Inc.
Expertises : Centre de Conservation du Québec
Affleck de la Riva ranks amongst the four finalists for the architecture competition launched by the St-Joseph Oratory. The project includes the design of the inner dome of the basilica and the interiors of the museum.
The modest building, located in the heart of Rigaud’s downtown at 106 Saint-Viateur St., is Rigaud’s first purpose-built town hall. It is a sleek and modern rectangle, with a row of white columns supporting the section of the building where council meetings are held.
Lighting design the Fort Chambly National Historic Site was completed in October 2017.
Lighting design consultant : CS Design
Electrical engineering : DND inc.
General contractor : Groupe SIP
Fifteen years ago, Molson had hired Affleck de la Riva to prepare a scenario of restauration and conservation of its urban ensemble. The office had drawn a masterplan that is still very topical in 2017.
The restoration of Montreal City Hall project is honored amongst the top 10 NACIA award winners from the last decade.
Affleck de la Riva + Henri Cleinge architecte are selected amongst the four finalists for the Bibliothèque St-Sulpice architecture competition. The other finalists are Chevalier Morales + Boudreau Fortin Huot, Hanganu + EVOQ architectes and in situ atelir d’architecture + DMA Architectes.
Canadian Architect publishes an article on Brossard City Hall, an undergoing restauration project that entertains an interesting lesson on cultural acceleration and the place of history in architecture.
Retrospective on the revitalization of Cabot Square; an iconic public space of Montreal’s city center. The project ensures the maintenance of an inclusive, sustainable, and resilient urban environment.
For the upcoming Mardi Vert, Gavin Affleck will present the project Quartier 21 – Peter McGill that includes the adaptive reuse of the Victoria School and the refurbishment of its city block. The project combines sustainable development and heritage restauration and was award many distinctions including the LEED silver certification.
Link to the online video
As part of the Award of Excellence in 2013 architecture, the Order of Architects is organizing a marathon architecture to showcase the winning projects. Richard de la Riva will present the project of the City Hall of Montreal, winner in the category Conservation and restoration.
The event will be held in the Great Library of Montreal on June 19 at 18pm.
During the National Conference and Expo 2014 Green Building Council of Canada, which will have as theme “Building a sustainable change,” Gavin Affleck will lecture on urban sustainable development project Quartier 21 Peter McGill. The program this year will include new data relating to the analysis of profitability and performance green buildings, and on the expanded value proposition of green building.
Every year, the RAIC College of Fellows officially recognizes members who have contributed to the profession. Gavin Affleck received the title of RAIC Fellow at the ceremony that took place during the Winnipeg Architecture Festival on may 29th 2014.
Richard de la Riva was member of the committee of the Commonwealth Association of Architects who was named to certify the undergraduate and graduate programs of the University of Sciences and Technologies School of Architecture in Kwame Nkrumah (KNUST).
The Montreal City Hall restauration is winner in the restoration and conservation category for the 2013 OAQ prize of excellence. The jury acclaims the project for the attention given to details, the technical challenge and the collaborative work between architects and craftsmen.