• Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000
  • Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000
  • Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000
  • Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000
  • Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000
  • Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000
  • Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000
  • Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000
  • Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000
  • Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000
  • Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000

Quebec City Convention Centre - Sector 3000

Société du centre des congrès de Québec (SCCQ)

Category

Restoration and rehabilitation , Commercial and administrative , Interiors


Client

Société du centre des congrès de Québec (SCCQ)


Location

Quebec (Quebec) / Canada

Date

2014


Budget

25 M$

Area

8 200 m.c.


Credits

Consortium ABCP + LemayMichaud

Photos © Stéphane Groleau


Awards and mentions

  • LEED CI Gold certification of th Canada Green Building Council


Description

The aim of Société du centre des congrès de Quebec (SCCQ) is to have the Quebec City Convention Centre (QCCC) recognized as a key venue in Canada for international events. To fulfill this vision, it continues to enhance and upgrade its facilities and services. The QCCC has seen its visitor capacity boosted a number of times through various projects, including the addition of the 2000 sector in 2005, which we carried out in conjunction with LemayMichaud.

In 2011, SCCQ came up with a project to purchase space from the Place-Québec shopping center and transform it into additional meeting and conference space. The ABCP + LemayMichaud consortium was selected to carry out the project on the 3000 sector.

The project was spread over three levels. The main transformation, on Level 3, involved a number of rooms, halls, and other special services. The total gross area of this expansion and renovation was approximately 8,200 m2, with an overall budget of $25 million. SCCQ is keenly aware of the impact of its operations on the environment and has been committed to sustainable development from its inception, adopting an eco-responsible approach through a variety of measures. SCCQ obtained LEED-CI certification for this development project.

The construction work, divided into thirty-three bid packages, was completed in March 2014.