Masonry restoration at Macdonald Engineering Building presents unique challenges

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The Macdonald Engineering Building, rebuilt in 1907 after the original structure burned down, has been undergoing a major facelift. Although the building remains safe, both the exterior stones and the brick backing walls underneath are damaged and need to be fixed or replaced. Additionally, the roof on two of the building’s wings will be replaced.

Restoration of the Roddick Gates

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The iconic Roddick Gates, which turned 90 years old last year, are getting a structural makeover. Learn more about the meticulous restoration of this historical McGill landmark.