Sir John A. Macdonald Building

Client Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC)
Portfolio Public Buildings
Size 57,726 SF (5,363 SM)
Location Ottawa, ON, Canada
Date June 2015

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The Sir John A. Macdonald Building in Ottawa, originally built in 1932 as the Bank of Montreal, is considered one of Canada’s foremost heritage structures. It was given a second lease on life in 2015 when it was transformed into a new conference and meeting facility for Canada’s House of Commons.

Client Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC)
Portfolio Public Buildings
Size 57,726 SF (5,363 SM)
Location Ottawa, ON, Canada
Date June 2015

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Awards

  • 2018 World Architecture Community WA Awards 10+5+X (27th Cycle), Realized Project Award
  • 2018 World Architecture Community WA Awards 10+5+X (27th Cycle), Community Selected Award
  • 2017 Canada Green Building Council/SABMag – Award of Excellence for Existing Building Upgrade
  • 2017 City of Ottawa, Architectural Conservation Awards – Award of Excellence, Adaptive Re-Use
  • 2016 Green Globes Building Performance Assessment – Awarded Five Globes Rating
  • 2016 Canadian Association of Heritage Professional Award of Excellence, Conservation Architecture
  • 2015 National Trust for Canada Cornerstone Awards for Building Heritage Adaptive Reuse/Rehabilitation
  • 2015 City of Ottawa, Award of Excellence: Urban Infill Low Rise
  • 2015 Real Property Institute of Canada Award of Excellence in Heritage Conservation, Federal Heritage Buildings
  • 2014 Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals, Award of Excellence, Heritage Planning – Adaptive Reuse

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