Montreal, Canada, 2012-12-03 -
After more than 40 years of practice, DCYSA becomes NEUF architect(e)s. Founded in 1971, this architecture and design firm has consistently renewed and diversified itself. In recent years, a new generation of partners had joined the founders, contributing to the growing success of the firm. In order to reflect this evolution, DCYSA has decided to refresh its image and unveiled its new identity (and new offices!) on the occasion of a celebratory cocktail on November 15, 2012.
With over 100 employees in Montreal and Ottawa, NEUF architect(e)s is one of the most important architecture and design firms in Canada serving private enterprise, and is behind several recognized landmarks, such as Mont-Tremblant, the CBC Headquarters in Ottawa, and the Bombardier facilities in Dorval and Mirabel. Active in all sectors – strategic planning, urban design, resorts and hotels, residential, commercial, industrial, and office buildings – its expertise and adaptability having allowed it to export its services to the US, Europe, and Asia.
The key to its success? Their strong ties with their clients. “We don’t look for projects, we strive to build long-lasting relationships based on trust and confidence”. NEUF architect(e)s works for the success of their clientele by proposing global solutions which go beyond basic technical considerations, integrating economic, socio-cultural, legal, aesthetic, and human factors. The list of loyal and satisfied clients is extensive. From Montoni to Groupe Lépine, and including Intrawest, Claridge, Sobey’s, Pratt & Whitney and Morguard, some have been with us from the start.
Many of them were present the night of the launch of NEUF architect(e)s in its new offices in downtown Montreal. “It is a true pleasure for us to see so many of our clients, some of whom have been with us from the beginning, here tonight alongside the new partnerships we are forging” said André Cousineau, President.
The firm gathers a diversified and talented team of architects and designers, whose complementary skills add up to more than the sum of its parts. They are passionate about the profession and as loyal as their clientele. Hard-working, creative, at the cutting edge of technology, they share a leitmotiv: to find pleasure in their work. And of course always renew, evolve, and rethink what is possible, or as we say, Se mettre à NEUF.