We strive to design spaces that improve the natural environment, create value for the businesses and communities they serve, and improve the lives of the people who use them.

We commit to every design problem with curiosity, invention, and a generous spirit to uncover hidden opportunity. It is by embracing the constraints that push us to innovate that we create sustainable, meaningful spaces.

True to our Montreal roots, we promote diversity and openness across our offices and  partnerships. Our team offers the expertise of a global design firm with an unapologetic dose of hospitality; for us, design is personal.


Since 1957

More than 60 years
of experience


Ranked 43rd

Worldwide
2021 World
Architecture 100


Best
managed

2020 Platinum standard winner
of Canada’s Best Managed
Companies program (Deloitte)


70x

70 LEED-certified
projects


400+

Over 400 design awards
and distinctions


6

Offices, all carbon-neutral

Our leaders

Louis T. Lemay

President

Andrew King

Senior Partner, Chief Design Officer

Eric Pelletier

Senior Partner, Design Principal

Jean-Francois Gagnon

Senior Partner, Design Principal

Andres Escobar

Design Principal, Lemay + Escobar

Jean-Francois Arcand

Senior Partner, Transportation

Lucie St-Pierre

Senior Partner, Site Planning & Development

Martin St-Onge

Senior Partner, Healthcare

Andre Cardinal

Senior Partner

Pierre Larouche

Senior Partner

Robert Fiorino

Chief Marketing Officer

Marc Bouchard

Senior Partner, Chief Financial Officer

Annie Hotte

Senior Partner, Chief Operating Officer

Amro El Chabti

Senior Partner, Corporate Intelligence

Salim Charabati

Regional Director, Toronto

Philippe Collette

Regional Director, Quebec City

Grace Coulter Sherlock

Regional Director, Western Canada

Laura Grandan

Regional Director, Western Canada

Our history

2020
A pan-Canadian brand

Teams across the country come together under a common name – Lemay – and continue to collaborate seamlessly on multiple projects.

2018
Consolidation of international offering

Consolidation of the Toronto team and launch of an architectural practice in New York City.

2017
Expanding westward

Integration of Toker and Associates, a Calgary-based architectural and interior design firm.

2015
Key additions

Lemay establishes itself in New York City with Andres Escobar Design. Andrew King takes over direction of LemayLab with Eric Pelletier.

2014
Major expansion

Acquisition of three entities from IBI Group and partnership with ELEMA, a structural engineering firm.

2013
Eric Pelletier Architectes joins the firm

Integration of Eric Pelletier Architectes and first operations in Toronto.

2003
Integration of Groupe Robert Vachon Design

Lemay welcomes Groupe Robert Vachon, an interior design firm.

1998
From father to son

Louis T. Lemay, an employee since 1984, takes the helm of the firm and an office opens in Quebec City.

1987
New name

After three decades the firm is rebaptized Architectes Lemay et Associés.

1957
Origins

Georges E. Lemay and Claude Leclerc found Lemay Leclerc Architectes in Verdun, Quebec.