History

ABCP architecture was founded in 1987 and has distinguished itself by designing elegant, original projects combining elements of urban design, architecture, and interior design.

The firm was initially located in Saint-Hyacinthe, but quickly diversified its expertise in Montreal and Quebec City. ABCP’s head office is now in Quebec City and the firm has a satellite office in Lausanne, Switzerland.

ABCP has grown in recent years through its merger with Architectes Gallienne Moisan, a well-established firm since 1970, as well as by the addition of numerous other competent and recognized staff members that have regularly joined the team.

Seven of ABCP’s architects are partners in the firm. Dany Blackburn, Cathy Dumas, Bernard Serge Gagné, Pierre Guimont, François Moreau, Vadim Siegel, Michel Veilleux, and their team of 50 people offer highly complementary services and expertise in Quebec, across the rest of Canada, and abroad (Western and Central Europe, North Africa, Southeast Asia, and the Caribbean). The chief executive officer of ABCP is architect François Moreau.

ABCP’s practice focuses on the following values:

  • Client satisfaction
  • Teamwork
  • Functional, economic, esthetic, and environmental quality of its projects

Our projects deliberately take a sustainable development approach. The team designs and carries out healthy projects that blend in with their surroundings with the smallest possible environmental footprint. The group’s expertise is based on the ability to listen to the client’s needs, the necessary acuity to carry out a program that meets the project’s functional and technical needs, an innovative approach to solving identified problems, tight monitoring and coordination of all project parameters, and high quality standards to meet client expectations.