The renovation of the Otto Maass Chemistry Building aimed to provide McGill University with state-of-the-art facilities that meet the present and future needs of the university building. The project involved an overhaul of approximately 6000 m² of space, including laboratories dedicated to chemistry teaching and research, instrument rooms, and workspaces spread across four floors. Additionally, significant work was undertaken in mechanical rooms and service areas.
The project was carried out in multiple lots, utilizing fixed-price contracts. Notable among these lots were: the installation of a temporary ventilation system (Lot 08), the renovation of laboratories on the 2nd floor of the Coin and Nord blocks (Lot 09), the overhaul of laboratories on the 3rd and 4th floors of the Coin and Nord blocks, as well as the 2nd and 3rd floors of the West block. Furthermore, the renovation extended to mechanical rooms and service areas (Lot 10) and included the renovation of laboratories in the Pâtes et Papiers building (Lot 12).
5 110 m2
2014 ASHRAE (Honorable Mention in the Existing Institutional Building Category)
2013 Energia de l’AQME (Honorable Mention in the Existing Institutional Sector Building Category)