The open design of the building exposes its steel structure and offers insight into how it was conceived.
Covered in glass and built according to sustainable development principles, the new five-story building houses student services, new classrooms, work spaces, a coffee shop and soon, a skating rink. According to its architect, Jean-Pierre LeTourneux of Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architects (MSDL), the ETS wanted a building that makes a statement but also meets the educational needs of the students who use it. After all, this is where future engineers will be educated!

Jean-François M. (Jeff) Proulx, Eng., OIQ President, attended its inauguration in October.

Go to the ETS Web site to find out all the details of the inauguration.