Founding of “Ingénieurs-conseils Marcel Pageau et Guy Morel"
Located at 110 Liège Street West (corner of Saint Urbain)
The firm moves to a 5-room office at 8527 Saint-Laurent Blvd.
Opening of an office in Ottawa (Kendall Street) and one in Hull (Philippe Lefebvre’s residence), called Pageau Morel Lefebvre.
Move to more spacious offices (8585 Saint-Laurent Blvd.).
A year of strong growth – many projects for Expo 67, and important mandates such as the Palais de justice de Montréal
The firm incorporates!
Crowds of tourists arrive in Montréal for Expo 67.
PAGEAU MOREL now has 39 employees (28 in Montréal and 11 in Hull).
Start of the IBM era (phase I).
Start of the Canadian Embassy project in Yugoslavia (Marcel Pageau’s favourite project) that will take more than 10 years to complete!
Several projects are handed to PAGEAU MOREL, including the mechanical portion of the Olympic facilities.
In 1975, PAGEAU MOREL takes on the challenge of completing the electrical installations at the Olympic Stadium on time!
The offices are deserted... Almost everyone is working at Complexe Desjardins or the Olympic Stadium.
The Hull office closes after 20 years of service.
PAGEAU MOREL's head office moves to 210 Crémazie West.
Philippe Lefebvre becomes President and Raymond Martin becomes Executive Vice-President.
Period of modernization in downtown Montréal: 2001 University, Esso/BNP towers, Place Desjardins, etc.
Reopening of an office in the Hull area (de la Carrière Blvd.), in Gatineau.
Réjean Berthiaume becomes President.
Our major projects
Palais des congrès de Montréal
Aéroports de Montréal
Hospitals in Algeria
Several university projects
Library of Parliament, Ottawa
The Gatineau team moves to 365 Gréber Blvd.
PAGEAU MOREL celebrates its 50th anniversary of passion and innovation.
Opening of two new offices in Hawkesbury (Ontario) and Laval.
PAGEAU MOREL renews its corporate image.
PAGEAU MOREL celebrates its 55th anniversary of passion and innovation!
Nicolas Lemire becomes President.
PAGEAU MOREL turns 60!