Fonds 92 - Werleman Guy McMahon

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Werleman Guy McMahon

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  • 1966-2001 (Creation)
    Werleman Guy McMahon Architectes

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1240 architectural drawings

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The architectural practice originated in Montreal in 1964 and consisted solely of partners that graduated from the McGill University School of Architecture. Chronologically, the partnership evolved as follows:

1964 : Donaldson Drummond Sankey Architects (Montreal)
1968 : Donaldson Sankey Architects (Montreal)
1971 : Sankey Associates Architecture (Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver)
1975 : Sankey Javosky Werleman Guy Architects (Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa)
1984 : Werleman & Guy Architectes (Montreal)
1985 : Werleman Guy McMahon Architectes (Montreal)

Partners :
James M.Donaldson (B.Arch.1962) FRAIC; 1964-1970
Derek Drummond (B.Arch.1962) FRAIC; 1964-1968
Lloyd P. Sankey (B.Arch.1958) FRAIC; 1964-1984
Rudolph V. Javosky (B.Arch.1962); 1964-1980
Michael G. Werleman (B.Arch.1962) FRAIC; 1966-2009
Jean-Eudes Guy (B.Arch.1957) FRAIC; 1973-1997
David S. McRobie (B.Arch.1971); 1972-1984
Frank A. McMahon (B.Arch.1972); 1975-2009

The partners were all professionals who, in the course of their respective careers, took an active part in the study and implementation of a large variety of projects, including institutional and academic buildings, office and commercial buildings, industrial and high-technology buildings, space planning and interiors projects, prototypes related to system-building, exhibition-type work, residential and community buildings, the renovation and recycling of existing buildings, and the restoration of significant heritage buildings. Throughout the years, the partnership provided continuing professional services to such clients as the City of Montreal, the City of Pointe-Claire, Bell Canada, IBM Canada, Mercedes-Benz of Canada, Coca-Cola Limited, and the Bank of Montreal.

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Fonds contains architectural drawings representing twenty-one projects, including:
1. Town of Mount Royal Library; 1966 (26 drawings)
2. Sources Library, Roxboro, Quebec: 1967 (11 drawings)
3. Pointe Claire Library, Pointe-Claire, Quebec: 1973 (31 drawings)
4. Brenninkmeyer Residence, Beaconsfield, Quebec: 1975 (58 drawings)
5. North Hatley Library Expansion & Renovation: 1985 (18 drawings)
6. Bank of Montreal Molsons Bank Building: 1987-88 (16 drawings)
7. Bank of Montreal Main Branch, Place d'Armes, Montreal: 1987 (18 drawings)
8. St-Patrick's Church, Montreal (62 drawings)
9. Office Building, Greene Avenue, Westmount, Quebec: 1985-1990 (135 drawings)
10. McGill Bookstore, Montreal, Quebec: 1987-1990 (91 drawings)
11. Modification to a Barn, Baie d'Urfe, Quebec: 1989 (23 drawings)
12. Andraos Residence, Surrey Gardens, Westmount, Quebec: 1989 (35 drawings)
13. Chapelle du Frere Andre, Oratoire St-Joseph, Montreal: 1991 (22 drawings)
14. Loyola High School, Montreal: 1991 (59 drawings)
15. Restoration of Christ Church Cathedral, Montreal: 1993-1996 (36 drawings)
16. Eglise Notre-Dame de la Garde, Verdun, Quebec: 1997 (8 drawings)
17. Eclairage de la Basilique Oratoire St-Joseph du Mont-Royal, Montreal: 1999 (10 drawings)
18. McGill University Athletic Complex, Montreal: 1992-2001 (172 drawings)
19. Cegep John Abbott, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec (194 drawings)
20. Concordia University Downtown Library, Montreal (204 drawings)
21. Holy Name of Jesus Church, Chomedy, Laval: 1968 (11 drawings)

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