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Sid Lee Architecture is proud to announce the arrival of André Marcotte, Architect MOAQ (Membre de l’Ordre des architectes du Québec), Architect AAPPQ (Association des architectes en pratique privée du Québec), and Architect RAIC (Royal Architectural Institute of Canada) within its multidisciplinary team. Mr. Marcotte will take on the role of Vice President, Operations and Special Projects. This is a major gain for the architectural firm, brought to life in 2009. “We’re extremely happy to welcome André in our team. His arrival is part of a growth strategy set in motion three years ago, establishing Sid Lee Architecture as a reliable partner on large-scale urban development mandates,” explains Jean Pelland, Architect and Senior Partner at Sid Lee Architecture.
About André Marcotte
André Marcotte has been a leader in his field for more than 35 years. Having cofounded Martin + Marcotte with Robert Martin in 1985 – which later became Martin Marcotte / Beinhaker Architects in 2008 – he is recognized for his energy, attentiveness, and in-depth knowledge of the challenges that often face
The list of prestigious projects Mr. Marcotte has recently completed clearly demonstrates the incomparable expertise he’ll be putting to use for Sid Lee Architecture. Of particular interest are the residential, commercial, and hotel development District Griffin; M sur la Montagne luxury condos; Le Métropole condos; Tours du Quartier des spectacles; Westmount Recreation Centre; Côte St-Luc Aquatic and Community Centre; Complexe multifonctionnel culturel et sportif de Laval (Place Bell); and De La Concorde metro station.
About Sid Lee Architecture
Founded in 2009 following the integration of architecture firm NOMADE (founded in 1999), Sid Lee Architecture is the fruit of architects and urban designers Jean Pelland and Martin Leblanc’s talents and skills combined with creative agency Sid Lee’s wide-ranging offering. Operating on a global scale from its Montreal offices, Sid Lee Architecture gathers more than 50 architects, technicians, designers, managers, and other artisans offering services in urban studies, architecture, interior architecture, strategic development and positioning, brand integration, and signage – for cultural, residential, institutional, recreational, and corporate projects. Sid Lee Architecture’s work stands out for its uniqueness and strong identity, marked by history, culture, and community. Since 2015, Sid Lee Architecture is part of kyu, a new collective of creative businesses established by Hakuhodo DY Holdings, the second largest network of agencies in Asia.