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Our teams at the heart of the Royalmount project

Projet Royal Mount

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Since the beginning of the year, our Construction, Materials Control and Fire & Electrical/Lighting teams have been supervising the redevelopment of the Côte-de-Liesse service road at the corner of autoroutes 15 and 40 as part of the Royalmount lifestyle project.

The largest private development in Quebec, Royalmount is a densely populated mixed-use project featuring active mobility, simplified access to public transit and numerous pedestrian green spaces. A tribute to the uniqueness of Montreal, Royalmount will be an evolving environment that reinvents the way people work, learn, play and live. As a multi-use project, it is promised that connectivity, creativity, sustainability and technology will form a unique whole to create a community that is a pleasure to live in.

A major construction supervision project

SEC Quartier Royalmount LP, a private Quebec real estate development and management company, commissioned our teams of specialists to provide construction supervision for the Côte-de-Liesse service road redevelopment project between Devonshire Road and Décarie Boulevard, at the corner of Highways 15 and 40. The project included supervision of sewer (construction), water main, road, lighting and utility work, as well as traffic lights on the Décarie service road and on Royalmount Avenue.

The services provided by our teams for this project include :

  • Residential site supervision;
  • Management of work execution;
  • Coordination of change requests;
  • Survey validation (excluding construction surveying);
  • Quantity surveying for progressive breakdowns;
  • Coordination with traffic impact team;
  • Coordination of geotechnical site supervision.

We are proud to bring our expertise in construction supervision to the success of this project, thereby contributing to the development of the Royalmount district, which is sure to become a landmark for the city of Montreal.