Not for the Faint of Heart!
Designed by architect Roland Dumais and inaugurated in 1970, this brutalist-style building is requiring major renovation of its concrete facades. BARIN is overseeing the judicious repair and restoration of this heritage building, the second campus for the École des Hautes études de Montréal. This world-renowned French-language university offers management education and research and has been training future managers who contribute to our society’s growth and prosperity, since 1907.
Metro Blue Line Extension
Barin / Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes en consortium have won the bid for work on the extension of the Metro’s Blue Line. The project includes the addition of 5 new metro stations and Phase I’s mandate includes the technical specifications and the inputs required for tender.
CIUSSS Centre-Sud Accessibility Study
Following the introduction and enforcement of Law 10, all CISSS and CIUSSS, as a result of their status as public bodies, have the new obligation to produce an action plan for persons with disabilities. The mandate of this project is to provide a reliable picture of the physical condition of the buildings that make up their real estate holdings in terms of accessibility for people with disabilities along the barrier-free path.
Saint-Noël-Chabanel School’s Phase I
(Équipe BARIN SMITH VIGEANT architectes) École Saint-Noël-Chabanel, in the Saint-Michel Nord district, is one of the largest primary schools of the CSDM. It consists of two pavilions separated by 25th Avenue. The last addition was built in 2015 and the original in 1958. This first phase includes the refurbishment of the rear facade, including masonry replacement, insulation and waterproofing work, replacement of doors, frames and curtain walls, replacement of the gymnasium roof, and the redesign and upgrade of all its interior finishes. Phase II, which will consist of a complete interior renovation of the school of origin, will follow in 2020.
The STM is on the Move!
BARIN is involved in the relocation of certain parts painting equipment for the STM workshops. This relocation will support the construction of the new STM complex. The services thus relocated will free the old buildings destined to be demolished in order to make room for the new complex. The relocation of these services also makes it possible to modernize and consolidate existing facilities.
The Barin/Aeco Christmas Family Photo
This year, ‘’the more the merrier’’ meant joining together with our other friends and colleagues of Aeco Project Management. Our annual Christmas Party theme this year was a masquerade including cocktails, dinner, mystery games and tearing up the dance floor until the wee hours!