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L’Orangerie du Manoir Rouville-Campbell

Mont Saint-Hilaire, Québec


Les Productions Cent-Détours

Type of use

Hotel, banquet hall

Number of floors


Year of construction


Work type

Expansion of the builing


900 000 $

Built in successive phases on the banks of the Richelieu River from the 18th century to the present day, Manoir Rouville Campbell is unique in Quebec. This Tudor-style work by architect Frederick Lawford amalgamated the former neo-classical Hertel de Rouville mansion.

This manor-hotel has rooms, terraces, gardens and a rose garden. The only thing missing was an orangery, in the purest tradition of European castles. This extraordinary room for 240 guests, with a banquet kitchen, is open to the gardens and serves as a party and show room.

For this project, NCK provided complete structural engineering consulting services.