Our Condos

Sotramont condos are always in prime locations and integrate into their surroundings harmoniously. These highly valued condos attract a healthy balance between residents and investors.

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Our Rentals

Sotramont rental condos are carefully designed to provide residents a high standard of living, no matter what the budget may be. We make rental condo living easy.

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Our Townhouses

Sotramont townhouses are always in desirable locations and built with longevity in mind. These reliable townhouses attract a healthy balance between multiple generations.

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You’re in
good hands

We’re involved from start to finish, enabling us to specialize in the delivery of high-value projects and master-planned communities.

Awards, Distinctions & Certifications

We’ve come a long way since our start in 1968, from our first contract building chicken coops to setting world records in exterior envelopes and solid wood construction. Every project requires a strong team approach, every step of the way. Our most cherished accomplishments are those recognized by our peers in the ever-changing construction industry.

2020 Arbora 2

Association de la Construction de Quebec: Prix Construire Innovation

2019 Square Equinox 2

LEED® Gold certification

2019 Arbora 2

LEED® Platinum certification

2018 Arbora 1

LEED® Platinum certification

2018 TOD

LEED® Platinum certification

2018 TOD

Prix Habitat Design: Prix spécial Cecobois

2017 Sotramont

1st Canadian builder to be named a LEED® Power Builder

2017 Square Equinox 1

LEED® Gold certification

2017 Arbora

CNESST: Grands Prix Santé et Sécurité du Travail

2017 Sotramont

Woodrise: 1er Congrès Mondial

2017 Sotramont

Canada Green Building Council: Sustainable Construction Materials Symposium

2017 ZAC

Prix Habitat Design: Best Use of Space & Best Kitchen & Bathroom Concept

2017 Sotramont

Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Saint-Laurent – Mont-Royal: Personality of the Year

2017 Sotramont

ThinkWood: International Mass Timber Conference

Pioneer of green Building with CLT

A standard-setter in green property and sustainable housing, Sotramont was first to use a cross-laminated timber (CLT) structure for the construction of 6 to 8 storey condo projects in Montreal.

Constantly innovating to reduce energy consumption in its residential programmes, Sotramont is able to offer increasingly adaptable and affordable energy-efficient homes.

Solid wood panels are engineered wood made of three, five, seven or nine layers of lumber board. The boards are first dried, and then stacked crosswise and glued together. This cross-lamination makes the solid wood panels much more dimensionally stable, in addition to giving them a high degree of strength and rigidity. The solid wood panels are thus composed of cross-laminated wood, and hence the technical name cross-laminated timber, or CLT.

Sotramont’s use of this technology in North America is consistent with its drive to be a leader in best practices for sustainable construction.

LEED® is seen everywhere,
but what does it mean?

LEED® stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. It’s an international mark of excellence certifying a building is designed, built, and operated according to the highest environmental standards. In Canada, the certifying organization is the Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC).

The benefits of LEED® certification impact homeowners as much as developers and builders. LEED® homes use less energy and water and offer better indoor air quality than the average home.

There are four levels of certification determined by the number of points a project earns, with a maximum of 110. Points are scored in nine categories.

40-49 points

50-59 points

60-79 points

Over 80 points

Sustainable sites

Focuses on restoring and integrating the site with local and regional ecosystems, and preserving the biodiversity that natural systems rely on.

Water Efficiency

An “efficiency first” approach to water conservation. Addresses water holistically, looking at indoor use, outdoor use, specialized uses, and metering.

Energy & Atmosphere

Approaches energy from a holistic perspective, addressing energy use reduction, energy-efficient design strategies, and renewable energy sources.

Material & Resources

Minimizing energy and other environmental impacts associated with the extraction, processing, transport, maintenance, and disposal of building materials.

Indoor Environmental Quality

Protecting the health and comfort of building occupants through indoor air quality and thermal, visual, and acoustic comfort.

Innovation in Design

Recognizing projects for innovative building features and sustainable building practices that push the construction industry forward.

Location & Transportation

For locations that encourage compact development, alternative transportation, and connection with amenities such as restaurants and parks.

Integrative Process

From pre-development and continuing throughout design phases, builders identify and use opportunities to achieve synergies across building systems.

Regional Priority

Because some environmental issues are particular to a locale, these credits encourage developers to focus on their local environmental priorities.

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