For the third year in a row, we decided to join the Young Leaders Circle and support the CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation Winter Triathlon. Under the electronic rhythms from the organizers of Igloofest, the event was a success. With your generous contributions, the P & R Desjardins Construction and Menuiseries Mont-Royal team ranked 5th with a […]
The year 2017 has been a great year for both P & R Desjardins and Menuiseries Mont-Royal, with the most important mandate since the founding of the companies; a site of more than 250,000 square feet of development to receive the new head office of a Canadian chartered bank. We were also honored to be […]
After more than a four decades producing millworking for some of Montreal’s most significant corporate and residential buildings, we thought it was the perfect time to reflect this success with an updated identity and brand new website. Working with local agency Studio Helm, we undertook an extensive market research exercise, speaking candidly with clients, architects, […]
MMR is taking part in the renovation of Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel, one of the most prestigious hotels in Montreal. The MMR team is doing work on the VIP Lounge, located on the 21st floor. Stationed on the very same floor are the presidential suite and the no-less-famous suite in which John Lennon and […]
Menuiseries Mont-Royal Inc. was awarded the 2016 Distinguished Special Mention Award by the Architectural Woodworking Association of Canada, Quebec Branch (AWMAC-QUÉBEC) for the creation of the Exocet chair by designer Stéphane Leathead. We would like to mention that this work has already been awarded 5 times with the following honours: – The 9th Annual IDA […]
Having been recently been involved in other fine work with the MMFA, MMR continues its collaboration with the Museum by producing several woodworking elements for the newly inaugurated Michel and Renata Hornstein Peace Pavilion. The new addition helps to highlight the permanent exhibition’s many valuable works.
MMR is proud to be teaming up with Groupe Montoni for the construction of the new Ericsson research center in Ville Saint-Laurent. The new campus is divided into two blocks comprising a five-storey section, a three-storey section, and a tiered parking lot, totalling 270,000 square feet of office space. The Scandinavian-influenced design, developed by the […]