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Macdonald Engineering Building

Roof, dormer and masonry repairs



Final completion:

McGill University

5.5 M$

August 2019

McGill University's Macdonald Building, designed by architect Percy Erskine Nobbs and built in 1907, is located in the heart of McGill University's downtown campus. It forms an autonomous complex of several Montreal limestone buildings that houses the Faculty of Engineering.

Our interventions, divided into three phases of work, consisted in restoring all roofs and dormers by replacing the slate and copper cladding and restoring and consolidating the masonry cladding according to plan with established levels of priority.