Anik Shooner named to the Order of Montréal

Anik Shooner, architect, co-founder, and president of Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes, is among the individuals named to the Order of Montréal.

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Anik Shooner is among the individuals that the Executive Committee of the Ville de Montréal will name to the Order of Montréal on May 16.

The Order of Montréal is Montréal’s highest honour and pays tribute to Montrealers who are committed to the community and who make an outstanding contribution to the city’s development and influence.

Shooner is the president and co-founder of Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux (MSDL) Architectes, and began her career in 1987.

Throughout the years, she has headed various projects for institutional, academic, residential and corporate clients, including a number of landmark projects in Montreal such as the Centre for Sustainable Development, Grandir en santé (Growing Up Healthy) for CHU Sainte-Justine, Maison Manuvie and, more recently, the Université de Montréal Science Complex. She is currently overseeing construction of 1 Square Phillips and the new National Bank head office.

In 2000, Shooner was made a Fellow of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in 2000. Chair for many years of Construction Specifications Canada [CSC]-Montreal Chapter, she is also a member of the Association des Architectes en pratique privée du Québec, president of the Société de musique contemporaine du Québec, member of the International Women’s Forum–Canada and outgoing president of Les 40 et une.

The Order of Montréal’s advisory board is made up of two co-presidents, Isabelle Hudon and Frantz Saintellemy, as well as members working in various fields: Cadleen Désir, Steve Foster, Monika Ille, Emilie Nicolas, Jan-Fryderyk Pleszczynski and Louise Roy.

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