Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes devotes its practice to the design of architectural projects for the community —mainly in the institutional fields of healthcare, transportation, education, research, and culture— as well as the realization of large corporate and governmental projects. The firm works towards the conception of a human, sensitive, intelligent architecture that respects its environment, combining creativity, knowledge, and innovation. It values the diversity and complementarity of the skills and expertise of the members of its large team, while perpetuating a culture of collaboration, inclusion, integrity, and thoroughness.

It is in this spirit that the firm works with its clients and partners to create sustainable buildings. Sustainability manifests itself holistically in all aspects of the building, whether it is flexibility of use, durability of systems, overall energy performance, ecological footprint of materials, quality of living environments, integration of the building with its environment, or resilience to climate change.

Recipient of over 165 awards of excellence and distinctions in architecture, the firm has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to design and build projects of high architectural quality. Founded in 1958 by Bernard Jodoin, Denis Lamarre, and Gérard Pratte, Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes is now a team comprised of more than 130 architects, technologists, technicians, designers, and other professionals under the direction of Julie Boucher, Michel Broz, Catherine Demers, Martine Gévry, Sylvain Morrier, and Nicolas Ranger.

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