...Founded by Robert Roy, Sotramont is now headed by his son Marc-André Roy and is well known as one of the main promoters of the Bois-Franc district (Borough of St-Laurent). For 49 years, Sotramont has built more than 5,000 housing units, the vast majority in wood, but Arbora is the consecration of his efforts. (Translated excerpt from French article, see below:
The recognition event of the Open House Weekends, the Habitat Design Awards 2017 Competition, rewards Sotramont!
Two prizes from the jury for the project ZAC townhouses in Bois-Franc, Saint-Laurent for its magnificient staged housing unit
2 Habitat Design Awards / Decorated model unit category
ZAC Townhouses (Bois-Franc in Saint-Laurent)
Best space layout planning
Best kitchen and bathroom concept
In 2017, Sotramont joins the small group of eco-responsible government, institutional and private sector financial partners supporting Ecohome in its mission to facilitate and promote best practices and standards for green building in Canada. Sotramont is proud to meet their stringent low environmental impact, energy efficient and sustainability selection criteria. We look forward to a fruitful partnership! www.Ecohome.net
In its new homes in both Quartier Greenwich and Bois-Franc neighbourhoods, Sotramont opted for the combination of heat pumps and high efficiency natural gas. An INNOVATING PROJECT convenient for YOU! Your home is one of the most efficient in Québec. Your annual electricity costs are reduced. Your environmental footprint is lighter. For more information on dual-energy: www.ecohabitation.com/bienergie; for details on our homes, contact our sales director firstname.lastname@example.org
During the October housing month, get a chance to win one of five "Profile" cellar and a bottle of champagne. A $549 value, offered by GE Electronics.
To participate, vote for your favorite project at one of our sales office or fill in the form by clicking the link bellow. Good luck to everyone!
LEED Gold Certification for Square Equinox 1 – A first for City of Pointe-Claire
LEED certification is recognized worldwide for the design, construction and operation of green buildings.
It is based on six key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, development of water resources, energy efficiency, materials selection, the quality of the indoor environment and innovation design.
Last Thursday, during a highly anticipated ceremony, the housing industry shone the spotlight on the winners of the 2016 Habitat Design Awards.
Among the finalists of the contest, the jury presented Habitat Design Awards and special mentions for some model units that distinguished themselves:
- Cecobois Award – Jury’s choices – Best usage of wood: Tod Condos in Saint-Laurent
- Habitat Design Award – Jury’s choices – Special mention for auxiliary services: Tod Condos in Saint-Laurent
Saturday, May 21 2016 article, published in "New Homes & Condos" in "The Gazette"