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The company headquarters is integrated into the campus. Wooden cladding for the new working environment

The architectural brand of the working environment reinforces the commitment and sense of belonging of the employees of this leading construction company in Quebec. Lemay architectural studio is awarded: the American Architecture Prize

The exclusive three-winged building has an exposed steel structure and visible mechanical equipment, which reflects both the structure and the role of the Pomerleau-based builder. The use of raw materials reinforces this notion: natural pine, polished concrete, steel. These and other industrial touches help the building integrate with a larger Pomerleau campus that also houses warehouses and garages

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Lemay has also redefined the style of the office environment, with a wealth of attractive, informal meeting spaces that encourage teamwork and synergy. The building's few closed offices are central, with open-plan workstations and full-wall windows flanking the periphery for maximum natural light penetration and beautiful views of the forest - a well-established way to improve employees' productivity and well-being

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The common areas are strategically located across the entire interior environment. Attractive places to come together and share ideas, fully glazed meeting rooms encourage teamwork while coffee stations become informal meeting places for socializing, helping to promote the company's core collaborative values and natural synergy. The central hall is the convergence point of the three wings, which marks the building's reception, the main staircase and a meeting room. It overlooks the courtyard in the foreground and the forest beyond

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From every point of view, the new Pomerleau offices near Quebec City express the mission, values and culture of the client, thanks to the integrated approach and design process implemented by Louis T. Lemay, president of the company and the eloquent gesture made by the architects, interior designers and landscape architects of Lemay

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The new angular working environment impressed the AAP 2017 Jury with its "Design Excellence, Innovation and Function" in the Industrial category

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