The Octagon Public Library in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, is a beautiful and historic building that has been serving the community since 1913. The library is located in the Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood, and its octagonal shape is a striking landmark in the area.
The Octagon Public Library in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, underwent a major renovation in 2019. The renovation was funded by the City of Montreal and the Quebec government.
The renovation project was completed in 2020, and the library reopened to the public in July of that year. The renovation was well-received by the community, and the library has seen an increase in visitors since it reopened.
The renovation of the Octagon Public Library is a great example of how historic buildings can be preserved and updated to meet the needs of modern users. The renovation project was sensitive to the building’s historical character, while also making it more accessible and functional for the community.
Project Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Scope of Work: Modeling, Coordination, Pre-Fabrication, Spool Drawing, BOQ & BOM
Level of Development (LOD): LOD 450
Software Used: Revit, Navisworks, Evolve
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