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Station 16

Montréal, Québec

Photo credits : Vincent Brière


Ville de Montréal

Type of use

Fire station

Number of floors


Year of construction



730 m²

Station 16 (Caserne 16 in French), located in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal, is a three-storey heritage building built in 1892. It is home to the Service de prévention incendie de la Ville de Montréal.

For this project, the interventions involved upgrading to seismic standards by introducing concrete bracing, placing the entire building on piles (including the hose dryer), consolidating the façade lintels, creating new window and door openings, repairing the ground floor slab and reconstructing the forecourt.

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