The Eleanor London public library in Côte Saint-Luc is a vital local institution that offers a range of programs and services that enhance the cultural and intellectual lives of Côte Saint-Luc residents.
The library first opened its doors in 1966 in the Côte Saint-Luc shopping mall. It moved to its current location in 1986 so the exterior envelope of this institutional building required restoration work.
This restoration project had to be completed within a tight deadline while respecting the building’s architectural integrity. New made-to-measure systems of curtain walls and windowpanes were installed during the library’s business hours, which did not prevent the Groupe Brosseau Vitrerie team of experts from completing the project within the established timeline.
This imposing glass structure adorns the facade of the Eleanor London library and the effect is continued within the structure where book lovers can lose themselves in the pages while taking advantage of the natural light that illuminates the building’s interior.
Works carried out
Corporation de Construction Germano Inc.
Cardin Ramirez Julien Inc.