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Maison symphonique

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Project Details

Location

Montreal, QC, Canada

Completion Year

2011

Owner

PPP

Engineering Firm

SNC-Lavalin

Construction Manager

SNC-Lavalin

Products and Services Provided

Design-Build
Design-Assist
BIM Management and Virtual Construction
In-House Detailing and Engineering
Project Management
Steel Fabrication and Erection

Description

The Maison symphonique de Montréal is a 2,100-seat concert hall built in compliance with the most stringent international norms for acoustics, stage design, and architecture.

Features

Canam-Structures supplied and installed approximately 1,000 tons of structural steel components for the construction of the roof of the Maison symphonique.

In view of the constant traffic in this part of Montreal, Canam-Structures had to deliver steel components during the night. The sections were then installed on the roof using a 500-ton crane.

View our press releases and news related to this project

June 16, 2011
Canam Group business units shine at the CISC-Quebec Steel Design Awards

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Winner 2011
CISC-Quebec Steel Design Awards

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