All about

Founded in 1881 under the name of the Montreal Amateur Athletic Association, the MAA is a legendary sports club. Officially located on Peel Street since 1905, this elite address perpetuates its exceptional legacy today with a brand new vision, which pays special attention to the restoration of the building’s original elements.

This section will give you updates about all construction work masterfully carried out by the most renowned builders and craftsmen in the industry.

For any additional questions,
please call the Info-construction line: 438 795-5538

You may also reach us by email.

In progress

The concrete for the parking lots, as well as the first three floors, has now been poured. The planning of the ground floor to third floor electromechanical system is currently being carried out by our teams. This will allow the upper floors to be built.

During the next quarter, we plan to cast the concrete up to the twelfth floor. Our site team will also dismantle the steel structure that currently supports the building’s facade. We’ll also get started on the gym’s interior finishing work.

Preserving the
built heritage

One of the biggest challenges of the MAA Condominiums & Penthouses project is that of preserving the tremendous heritage value of the existing building’s façade. The revitalization process involves taking into account numerous restrictions brought about by the limited space available to us, especially when working on the street-facing retaining walls.

Indeed, the project is located on one of the most important arteries of the city centre, both for pedestrians and vehicles, and has complex and restricted access.

“The architecture and construction teams had to be very versatile when designing and carrying out the project.” Mathieu Côté, M. Ing., PA LEED C+CB, Structural Engineer, Research and Development at ELEMA.

Therefore, we have designed a 40-feet high steel structure that supports the façade and allows us to circulate and set up storage units and construction trailers.

“This creative and unique structure is a work of art in itself. It supports the façade while allowing the construction works to continue.” Omar Waedh, PMP, MBA. Project Director at Edyfic Construction.


Long-term vision

  • Excavation (6 months): started in February 2020
  • End of construction: Spring 2023

Did you know?

Source: MAA Archeological Potential Study

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