• Montreal, Canada

Bell Centre

  • Company

    In Consortium *
  • Architect

    Lemay & Associés + LeMoyne Lapointe Magne Architectes
  • Client

    Montreal Canadiens Hockey Club
  • Location

    Montreal, Canada
  • Year

    1993
  • Size

    390,000 Sq. Ft.
  • Mandate

    Architecture, Sustainability

At the heart of Montreal, a city known for its unconditional love of hockey, the Bell Centre was designed to be a multifunctional entertainment hub. A massive, accessible urban infrastructure, it comprises a vast and adaptable 22,000 seat amphitheatre, offices and restaurants, in addition to the latest in staging equipment. The building and its grounds are designed according to sustainable development principles and routinely welcome gigantic and enthusiastic crowds of all ages. The Bell Centre was the only professional sports venue in North America to be awarded three independent environmental certifications: LEED Silver for Existing Buildings (EBOM), ISO 14001, and Quebec’s ICI ON RECYCLE Level Three (the highest level).

2009 LEED EB:OM Basic Certification – Canada Green Building Council
2007 Go Green Plus Certification, level 3 - Building Owners and Manufacturers Association of Canada (BOMA)
1996 Honourable Mention in Commercial Architecture - Quebec Order of Architects

  • Services

  • Architecture

  • Interior Design

  • Landscape Architecture

  • Sustainability

  • Urban Design

  • Master Planning

  • Artistic Direction

  • Branding & Graphic Design

  • Urban Planning

  • Types

  • Residential

  • Hospitality

  • Mixed Use

  • Leisure and Entertainment

  • Parks and Public Spaces

  • Workplace

  • Learning and Cultural

  • Healthcare

  • Transportation

  • Public Services