Our Quebec Infrastructure team will be preparing the plans and specifications for the redevelopment of Montreal’s Notre-Dame Street West, a project the team completed preliminary design studies for in 2020. The planned completion date is planned for 2028.
The project will stretch several kilometers along the Turcot Interchange and will connect important future projects such as the Gadbois pole and the Parc-nature de l’Écoterritoire de la falaise, as well as many existing local businesses and industrial facilities. The revitalized Notre-Dame Street West area will bring continuity to the borough’s core and the industrial sector, create a bridge between active transportation and public transit and link several green spaces around the Lachine Canal and the Falaise Saint-Jacques.
“The reconstruction of the Turcot Interchange has had significant impacts on this area of the city, and our role will be to redevelop this critical arterial road to improve residents’ quality of life, enhance public spaces and increase roadway functionality and versatility. The redevelopment aims to breathe new life into this industrial area while encouraging users to choose active transportation modes and feel safe doing so,” said Senior Director of Infrastructure Gabriel Soufo.