Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes has dedicated its practice to design an architecture that is humane, sustainable, functional and luminous, adapted to its users and integrated into its environment, in the institutional fields of health, transportation, education, research and culture. The development process of their projects is based on collaboration, respect and continuous improvement of knowledge, in a spirit of openness leading to positive life experiences. Recipient of more than 145 awards of excellence and distinctions —including 7 Governor General's Medals in Architecture—, the firm has demonstrated on numerous occasions its ability to conceive and realize projects of great architectural quality.
Founded in 1958 by Bernard Jodoin, Denis Lamarre and Gérard Pratte, Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes now has a team of 145 architects, technicians, designers and other professionals under the direction of Alain Boudrias, Michel Broz, Catherine Demers, Martine Gévry, Sylvain Morrier and Nicolas Ranger. The success of the firm and the quality of its projects are based on the constantly improving design skills of its team members and on the depth of their technical knowledge. Each person is essential to the collective success.