lg2 head office
Discipline : Architecture : Grand Winner
Categories : Commercial Building / Low-Rise Office Building (< 5 storeys) : Gold Certification, Platinum Winner
Cité Angus - Phase 1
Discipline : Architecture
Categories : Residential Building / Apartment & Condo of 5 to 9 storeys : Gold Certification
Categories : Special Award / Architecture + Materials : Gold Certification
Categories : Special Award / Sustainable Architecture : Gold Certification
Cité Angus - phase 1 project in category Innovation
De l'Ordre des architectes du Québec
Finaliste pour le projet du siège social de lg2 au 4051 Molson
Finalist in the Podcast-Brand Content category for the "La ruée vers l'Est" podcast series
To commend the characteristics of the Technopôle Angus development plan, which proposed creating a mixed, green living space.
For the Angus eco-district, as the most influential innovation of the year.
National Award for Urban Design of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
For the design of the eco-district of Technopôle Angus.
Pour l’ensemble des initiatives en transport durable mises de l’avant au Technopôle Angus.
Technopôle Angus named “BEST OVERALL” project in Canada by Canadian Urban Institute. The “Best Overall” award recognizes a single project or program that combines excellence in urban design, outstanding public space, and innovative approaches to land remediation in adherence with sustainable development principles. This honor recognizes Technopôle Angus’s excellence since its beginnings in 1999, including the Phase II development
Sustainable Development Category
For the remarkable ecological dimensions of a real estate project with the Carré Saint-Laurent.
Société de développement Angus (SDA) won a Globe Award for Excellence in Urban Sustainability for its Technopôle Angus project. The category recognizes companies that develop and implement exceptional urban renewal practices.
Société de développement Angus (SDA) took top honors in the climate change action/non-profit category for non-educational institutions and associations at the Quebec government’s 2012 Phénix awards. The prize was awarded for the group action plan to fight climate change adopted by all Technopôle Angus tenants, which substantially reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 110 t CO2 eq. from its very first year.
Category Commercial Building
For Design and Construction Challenges with Building 2-22.
Presented to the President and CEO of the Société de développement Angus, Christian Yaccarini, for his leadership in promoting sustainable development within the SDA.
Category Green Building / Sustainable Building
For the 4100 Molson building, 50% less energy than a comparable standard building.
Category Environment and Sustainable Development
For the integration into the Technopôle Angus of all the dimensions of sustainable development in the daily management of the site and its evolution.
For the exceptional work to participate in the development of the East of Montreal and to value the feelings of belonging and pride of the territory.
Royal Architectural Innovation Award of Excellence – Innovation in Architecture
First Prize – National Post Contest
Prize for the building of the Locoshop Angus – Green Building Council Competition
Certification LEED-Or pour le premier édifice résidentiel du Technopôle Angus, Cité Angus Phase 1. Une belle réussite pour cet immeuble aux plus hautes exigences en matière de développement durable, composé majoritairement de logements abordables dédiés aux familles et premier bâtiment branché sur la boucle énergétique.
Certification LEED Argent pour notre projet du centre-ville, le Carré Saint-Laurent, récompensant une nouvelle fois le travail entrepris et l'expertise de notre équipe concernant le respect des plus hauts standards dans les domaines des aménagements écologiques et énergétiques.
Reaching the highest level of LEED certification, Platinum, is an exceptional achievement. The Angus eco-district project is marked by its integrated design process. In addition to creating jobs, providing affordable housing and offering new public spaces, the project focuses on diversity, densification and creating ecological infrastructures.
The development plan for the eco-district was designed in partnership with the multidisciplinary firm Provencher_Roy, NIP Paysage, Vinci Consultants and Pageau Morel & Associates.
2-22 is the second new building in downtown Montreal to receive LEED certification. It received Silver certification for the ecological landscaping of the site and the efficient management of water, energy and materials.
The double-skin facade acts as a thermal regulator and the white roof helps reduce heat islands. The building's energy efficiency means that there is a 40% reduction in water use and a 38% reduction in energy use.
The project included a plan for the management of residual materials, which helped divert 92% of construction residues from entering landfills.
Pour le CLSC de Rosemont
Located on 4100 Molson Street, this first multiplex rental property in Canada to receive LEED CS certification marked an important step forward with regard to cost considerations around green construction.
Recyc-Québec awarded SDA ICI ON RECYCLE! certification (performance level) for Technopôle Angus’s waste management plan in 2008 and renewed it in 2011. Over 85% of the waste generated by Technopôle operations is kept out of landfills through recycling, composting, and waste recovery initiatives.
All Technopôle Angus buildings managed by SDA are certified BOMA BESt in recognition of their excellence in green building management practices.
In 2008, Technopôle Angus’s master plan proudly bore LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND) Gold certification, awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council. This certification recognizes Technopôle Angus’s commitment to forward-thinking urban planning and eco-responsible leadership with measures like foot paths, easily accessible public transit, strong community ties, and its signature “work, live, play” concept—all built on a foundation of green building design. Technopôle Angus is the first development in Canada to be certified LEED-ND, and only the second outside the U.S. (after Beijing’s Olympic Village).