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2015 December 8

$78,000 donated to the Fondation d'entraide de Brossard

$78,000$ was raised and donated at the Fondation d’entraide de Brossard Christmas Concert, which was held on December 5th. We would like to thank our partners, sponsors and donors for their contribution.  


2015 November 3

Christmas Concert

For the sixth year in a row, Brian Fahey will be acting as an Honorary Chairman for the Fondation d’entraide de Brossard, an organization that helps the most disadvantaged citizens of Brossard.

More specifically, this fund provides food assistance, Christmas baskets, school supplies, summer camp financial assistance for children and meals for seniors.

The fundraising will end with a touch of magic on December 5, with performances by the Longueuil Symphony Orchestra, the ‘Les Mélodistes’ choir and guest artist, Marie Michèle Desrosiers.

More than $450,000 have been raised over the years. Your contribution and support for this cause are important. Thank you in advance.


2015 July 8

Reopening of Cabot Square

Photo Credit: Thomas Miau


2015 April 20

Our team is expanding

Two new members have recently joined our team: Michel Gauthier and Mitchell Lavoie.

Michel Gauthier is a landscape architect who works in our Urban Design Department.

Mitchell Lavoie works as an Urban Planning Professional.


2015 April 9

Devimco Immobilier breaks ground for the O’Nessy residential project

On April 9th, our client, Devimco Immobilier, officially broke ground for the O’Nessy residential project. This development overlooks the Saint-Jacques Escarpment and is located within the protected area of the Shaughnessy House, in the Montreal Borough of Ville-Marie. Ultimately, the project will include three buildings, housing condominiums and rental apartments. O’Nessy’s architecture, created by the firm MSDL Architectes, will integrate a heritage building built in 1892. As such, this project aims to be faithful to the history of the area while remaining firmly anchored in contemporary architectural trends. The professionals at Fahey et associés coordinated all the approval requests to municipal and ministerial authorities, as well as elaborating the landscape concept for the site. Brian Fahey, president of the firm, was present on this day celebrating the official launch of Phase 1 work.

Photo Credit: Devimco Immobilier. O’Nessy Project.


2015 March 31

MONTREAL REAL ESTATE FORUM

Brian Fahey, President of Fahey et associés Inc. is the moderator in the panel discussion on CASE STUDIES OF UNIQUE MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT AND INTENSIFICATION PROJECTS: WHAT THE KEY FACTORS SUPPORTING THESE TRENDS?

Photo Credit: Devimco Immobilier


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2015 January 21

Two new members have been added to the Fahey et associés urban design team

Following the announcement of the new urban design department on September 22nd, 2014, under the direction of Mr. Guy Pelletier, two new members joined the team on October 27th, 2014: Ms. Bao-Chau Nguyen and Mr. Jérôme Therrien.

Ms. Bao-Chau Nguyen is a senior landscape architect with extensive experience working on award-winning multidisciplinary projects. As a new member of the Fahey et associés team, she will apply her knowledge and expertise to new significant projects.

Mr. Jérôme Therrien is a senior architectural technician with advanced design software skills and is an essential asset to the team.

Their profiles complement those of Mr. Guy Pelletier and Mr. François Rioux and will add to the expertise offered by Fahey et associés.

 

Current projects

MUSÉE NATIONAL DES BEAUX-ARTS DU QUÉBEC (MNBAQ)

Construction work for the MNBAQ expansion is currently under way, including plantation on the green roof on the new pavilion. Once completed, the green roof, designed by the consortium OMA / Provencher-Roy et associés, will cover more than 35 000 square feet. In order to avoid the need for a permanent irrigation system, particular attention was paid to the selection of the growth medium and vegetation, as to offer added drought resistance. The implementation of these measures will contribute to the building’s LEED certification.


CITY HALL – BROSSARD

As part of a major rehabilitation plan of its City Hall, the City of Brossard has undertaken a series of projects aimed at correcting the deficiencies of the exterior building envelope. The project consists of an upgrade of the entire building as well as the site, including the removal of many masonry features in the exterior landscaping. A comprehensive plan for redevelopment of the open space in front of the building, which takes into account the presence of several mature trees, will soon be put into action.  This plan will have the effect of reinforcing the bicycle and pedestrian circulation in an area that is very solicited by the citizens of Brossard.

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