MSDL Architectes Names Two New Partners

MSDL Architectes has announced Alexandre Cassiani and François St-Hilaire as partners.

Alexandre Cassiani et François St-Hilaire, Architects, Partners
Photo credit: Martine Doucet

Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes (MSDL Architectes) has announced the appointment of Alexandre Cassiani and François St-Hilaire as partners to the firm.

Cassiani and St-Hilaire have been part of the MSDL Architectes team for more than 10 years and both play a key role in their respective teams.

Cassiani joined MSDL Architects in 2012, and has contributed to projects such as Maison Manuvie and Place Banque Nationale, the new 40-storey office tower housing BNC’s head office. He holds a master’s degree in architecture, with a focus on project management.

St-Hilaire holds a master’s degree in architecture from McGill University (2008), and has been working with MSDL Architectes since 2013. He has contributed to many of the firm’s major projects, including 1 Square Phillips in downtown Montreal and the Paul-Mercier Library in Blainville. He is currently in charge of the expansion and modernization of the Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital.