The Marriott Château Champlain Hotel, built in 1967, is located on a classified heritage site. The building is part of the Place du Canada complex, designed by Roger D’Astous and Jean-Paul Pothier, who are known for the quality of their work and for being early French-speaking practitioners of architectural modernity in Quebec.
The project’s purpose was to re-do all of the tower’s caulking around its windows and prefabricated concrete panels. Spot repairs to the concrete were also necessary.
The work was carried out in a way which minimised disruption to the hotel’s guests.
- Re-did the caulking around the windows and prefabricated concrete panels
- Spot repairs to the prefabricated concrete panels by applying restoration mortar or by inserting shims fitting perfectly with the existing material