DFS continues to contribute to the preservation of historic Montreal
DFS is excited to announce that we have received the mandate for the restoration of the stone façade of the landmark Toronto-Dominion building in downtown Montreal. Built in 1908 according to the architectural plans of our predecessors, Ross & Macfarlane, we are particularly attached to this building, one of the first commercial ventures of the firm. An important piece of Montreal and DFS’ history, we are delighted to be able to contribute to its ongoing legacy.
Parlement de Québec Restoration, Québec
The historic Parliament building was designed by the renowned architect Eugène-Étienne Taché in 18...+
Price Building, Québec; Envelope restoration
Designed by our renowned predecessors, Ross & McDonald in 1928, the iconic 17 storey Art Deco Price Building in Old...+
Envelope conservation work for GOCB building, Moncton
The Moncton GOCB building is a federal Post Office building built in 1933, which was expanded in 1956. It now houses th...+