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Hôtel Godin

Montréal, Québec

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New building and rehabilitation of a heritage building


10 600 m²

Now called the Hôtel 10, the Hôtel Godin is a 6-storey concrete building that integrates the Joseph-Arthur-Godin heritage building dating from 1914. This building, in the Art Nouveau style, is one of the first in the country to be built of concrete. It was rehabilitated and repaired during the expansion, respecting the heritage as well as the architectural and aesthetic requirements.

The 2004 building is made of reinforced concrete and has an underground parking garage. It was built on the former site of the Holy Trinity Church. A space in the middle of the two buildings provides a gathering place for 130 people.

For this heritage project in the heart of Montreal, NCK provided structural and civil engineering consulting services.