Groupe A

An architecture and urban design firm based in Québec City, Groupe A (and its subsidiary, Annexe U) prides itself on “participative design” and the construction of LEED-certified buildings. The firm is no stranger to designing detention centres: they are responsible for the design of several courthouses and the new LEED-certified Sept-Îles detention centre, which opened in 2016. The firm boasts that its prison design centers “human-scale residences”, but any firm which proudly specializes in carceral architecture is a collaborator in the violent system of imprisonment and incarceration.

Le siège social de Groupe A

819, avenue Moreau
Québec (Québec)
Canada G1V 3B5
418 653-8341
info@groupea.qc.ca

Qui travaille pour Groupe A?

Patrice Beauchemin

Architecte associé, OAQ

patrice.beauchemin@groupea.qc.ca
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Rémi Morency

Architecte associé, OAQ | Urbaniste, OUQ, ADUQ

remi.morency@groupea.qc.ca
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Erick Rivard

Architecte associé, OAQ | Designer Urbain, ADUQ | PA LEED

erick.rivard@groupea.qc.ca
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Anne-Marie Blais

Architecte associée, OAQ | PA LEED BD+C

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Elisa Bell-Nadeau

Architecte associée, OAQ | PA LEED BD+C

elisa.bell-nadeau@groupea.qc.ca
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