Parlement de Québec Restoration, Québec

The historic Parliament building was designed by the renowned architect Eugène-Étienne Taché in 1876 and construction was completed in 1886. This Provincially Classified heritage building is one of the finest examples of Second Empire architecture in North America. The scope of work concentrated on masonry restoration of the Jacques Cartier tower and the façade on Avenue des Parlementaires, also including restoration of wood windows and metal flashings. The main tower contains more than 300 sculptures, many of which have been restored as part of this project. 
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