Construction has commenced on Écoparc Châteauguay 30, a green industrial project in Châteauguay, Canada.  

The project is a collaboration between MONTONI, the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ, Montez Corporation, and the City of Châteauguay. 

Spanning nearly 450,000ft², the C$95m ($69m) development will be divided into five industrial-purpose units.  

NEUF Architect(e)s has designed the building, which is expected to be delivered by mid-2025.  

This venture is MONTONI’s first project in the city and aligns with the company’s objective to decarbonise its real estate asset portfolio. 

MONTONI Group president Dario Montoni said: “Écoparc Châteauguay 30 is yet another project in our expanding portfolio of real estate developments strategically positioned across Québec as part of the supply chain sector.  

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“We build sustainable properties never compromising on quality that foster occupant wellness and that, we hope, will be a source of pride for future generations.” 

Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ president and CEO Martin Raymond said: “The Fonds immobilier is committed to the real estate market’s sustainability transition, and Écoparc Châteauguay 30 is perfectly in keeping with our approach to helping reduce greenhouse gas [GHG] emissions.” 

The project aims to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification for the building’s core and shell, as well as Zero-Carbon Building – Design certification.  

Écoparc Châteauguay 30 is expected to meet the industry’s sustainability standards.  

The operational-phase carbon footprint of the building will be minimised through the installation of nearly 200 roof-mounted solar panels.  

Furthermore, the project targets a 50% reduction in energy costs and aims to cut GHG emissions by more than 60% compared to a standard industrial building.  

Additionally, a 50% reduction in water consumption is anticipated.