2017 September 21
Fahey et associés will participate to the 2017 edition of PARK(ing) Day, a mobilisation event contributing into raising the debate on public space sharing and the space allocated for sustainable mobility, green and public spaces. Come and viist our installation this Friday September 22nd in front of the building located at 740 Notre-Dame West. #parkingdaymontreal #2017edition
2017 August 23
For Back to School 2017, students from École Akiva School (Sherbrooke Street, Westmount) will have the pleasure to interact and experiment their first moments of socialization in the school yard space, which is a wonderful playground. ''To learn with body'' is the vision to which Selma Laroussi, project manager and Joanne Nassab, assistant project manager, wanted to approach the project by putting the emphasis on the stimulation of the senses: textures, colors, sounds and smells will be put forward in an inspiring and secure outdoor space design.
2017 June 13
We just came back from a 4 days study trip in Washington, D.C. on the theme of Transit-Oriented Developements which allowed the group of 12 participants to open themselves to new ways of thinking urban planning! We had the chance to visit The Capitol Riverfront BID with Michael Ryan, planning analyst at Capitol Riverfront. Guided by Christopher Zimmerman, VP for Economic Development at Smart Growth America; we also visited the urbanization corridor of Rosslyb-Ballston in Arlington, Virginia.
2017 January 12
Mitchell Lavoie, urban planner at Fahey et associés, is a member of the organizing committee of the upcoming symposium ‘‘Urbanisme durable et villes de demain’’, of the Canada Green Building Council – Quebec Division. This year, the symposium is called ‘‘Les utopies mises à l’épreuve’’ and will be held on January 30th 2017 at the Canadian Centre for Architecture. For more information,
Please visit the symposium’s web site at the following link.
Come one, come all!
2017 January 9
True to its commitments towards the community, it is Accueil Bonneau that has been retained this year by Fahey et Associés to offer some precious volunteering support. On January 4th, professionals from the firm participated in the serving of meals to homeless and at risk individuals in the foundation’s dining hall. The direct interaction with people in need made this day deeply rewarding.
Every day, up to 600 meals are served in the morning and up to 200 in the afternoon. However, the Accueil Bonneau is not simply a meal service. It also consists of spaces made available for users: music room, artist’s studio, computer terminals, relaxation room. Moreover, several professionals are always available on site to support users with their various needs.
To learn more about the Accueil Bonneau, please visit their website at https://www.accueilbonneau.com/english/