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Viger Campus Dawson College, Hautes Études Commerciales, Édifice Gilles-Hocquart

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Location / address
535 Viger Avenue East  | Montréal
Quebec, Canada

Near subway station Champ-de-Mars
  Bus : 30

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Borough Downtown
Arrondissement Ville-Marie
Centre de l'Île

4 floors(overground)

Beginning of construction
1908

Year of completion
1910

Building type

School and University

Building's name

Former HEC Building







Former HEC Building

Picture Alexis Hamel 2008:01


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History and facts

This building has Beaux-Arts architectural style.

Architect

Joseph-Égilde-Césaire Daoust  
Louis-Zéphirin Gauthier  
Constructor and other companies involved in construction:
Joseph Bourque
Modifications :
1953,1956,1966 Roland Dumais

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