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INTRODUCING THE POLYTECHNIQUE BUILDINGS

 

Main building

lassonde As in the past, the visions of builders continue to transform Québec society. This building, at the heart of the country’s economic and scientific development, has trained highly qualified engineers and specialists since 1956. Each year, close to 6,000 students are welcomed here, where they are taught the new realities of engineering. The addition of the Laboratoire de structures Hydro-Québec has expanded the building. Students primarily learn about the structural aspects of major civil engineering constructions in this international research building.

Pierre Lassonde and Claudette Mackay Lassonde buildings

Canadian Architect magazine presented these buildings with an award of merit for the project’s environmental initiatives. These LEED ( Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) buildings increase Polytechnique’s current surface area by 40%. They are linked to the main building by an underground passage and house a multimedia library, an exhibition hall and several relaxation areas and computers connected to the Internet. Most of the activities related to the Department of Computer Engineering, the Department of Electrical Engineering and IT Services are located in these buildings.

J.-Armand Bombardier Building

jab This building, with 16,800 m 2 of floor space, is used by about 700 students, researchers and professors in nanotechnologies, biotechnology, aeronautics, biopharmaceuticals, aerospace, new materials, chemistry and education technologies. The new building includes areas reserved for pre-incubation, 19 white rooms and a 4,000-tonne anti-vibration block.

Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Centre (AMTC)

The AMTC opened its doors in January 2004. The centre specializes in concrete industrial applications designed to support companies operating in the aerospace industry.

André Aisenstadt Building

andre_aisenstat Polytechnique professors regularly collaborate with professors from Université de Montréal. The André Building houses multidisciplinary teams made up of representatives from Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mathematics and Industrial Engineering.

 

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