The Saint-Jérôme Courthouse is home to the Quebec Ministry of Justice, Director of Public Prosecutions and the National Police Force of Quebec. This 9,500 square foot, six-story building distinguishes itself from its surroundings by its intricate, two coloured pattern. Created using insulated metal panels and multiple windows, the complex design and use of contrasting elements results in a state-of-the-art looking governmental building.
- Project Type: Building Envelope
- Location: St-Jérome, Québec, Canada
- General Contractor: EBC
- Installer: Gérecto
- Architect: Guillaume de Lorimier Architecte, ACDF Architecture
- Product Used: Norex-L
- Panel Thickness: 4 in.
- Interior Steel: Gauge: 26ga| Color: Regal White| Profile: Flutted| Finish: Smooth
- Exterior Steel: Gauge: 22ga| Color: Regal White and Bright Silver| Profile: Micro-Ribbed| Finish: Smooth
- Photographer: Olivier Blouin