Guy Favreau named RAIC Fellow
Guy Favreau was named 2016 Fellow by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) in June in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Besides acknowledging a remarkable career, this prestigious distinction is a tribute to his pioneering spirit in promoting sustainable development across Quebec. The recognition also speaks to his passion for his craft, his contagious interest in innovative practices and his laudable long-term vision of social issues.
Mr. Favreau has worked on many landmark projects:
- The urban refurbishment of the Technopôle Angus, the second project outside the United States to be LEED GOLD-certified for neighbourhood development
- The reclaiming of the Locoshop Angus, designated Canada’s first industrial green building in 2000
- The design and the LEED certification of 4100 Molson Street, the first LEED GOLD-certified building certified for core and shell development in Quebec
- The conversion of the Hôpital Bellechasse into a co-operative housing complex
- The Station No.1 cooperative housing project
- The design and certification of 2-22 Rue Sainte-Catherine, a building that also houses the Vitrine culturelle cultural centre
- And many more.