Atelier 21

Architecture + Design

Senior Associate Architect, project leader

Ordre des architectes du Québec

Christian Bernard has over 35 years or experience as a project manager. He benefits from an established reputation and outstanding expertise in Quebec following his successful participation in several major and complex projects such as the Parliament and National Assembly building rehabilitation, construction of the Casino and Resort Hotel Hilton Lac-Leamy in Gatineau, research Centre of the Hotel Dieu, National School of Public Administration (ENAP), Head Office of the Télé-Université du Québec (TÉLUQ) and rehabilitation of the Marie-Guyart building and Ferdinand-Vandry and Alphonse-Marie-Parent pavillons at Laval University. He also acted as project manager for the Palais Montcalm transformation, the rehabilitation of 800 Place d'Youville, which includes the layout of 21 floors and of public areas, the reconstruction of the envelope of 200 chemin Sainte-Foy and its interior layouts. In 2008, he led the expansion of the Casino de Charlevoix and Manoir Richelieu. His qualities as a project manager have also been recognized by l’École nationale de police du Québec in Nicolet (ENPQ). The quality of projects led by Christian Bernard was highlighted by dozens of prizes and awards including two awards for excellence in architecture of l'Ordre des architectes du Québec.

Senior Associate Architect, lead designer and project leader

Ordre des architectes du Québec

Carlo Peirolo graduated from Laval University in 1987. His graduation project earned him a mention of excellence and he is considered among the top students in his class. Since 1990, he has designed numerous commercial and institutional projects for the most important clients of our firm including Desjardins, the governments of Quebec and Canada, Ivanhoé Cambridge, Cara Operations, Familiprix, Couche-Tard and Sobeys. Supported by a team of experienced architects and technicians familiar with the quality requirements for commercial and institutional projects, he is committed to respect the constraints of cost and schedule for each mandate entrusted to him. Many of his projects have been crowned with awards and citations. Since 1989, he was named a finalist 16 times and was five times winner of a Certificate of Recognition from the Commission d’urbanisme de la Ville de Québec, which aims to recognize excellence in architecture in the Old Capital.

Senior Associate Architect