项目位于蒙特利尔旧港口的圣劳伦斯河沿岸，是邮轮乘客行程与城市接触的第一站。自2018年开放以来，行人可自由漫步于伊伯维尔长廊（Promenade d’Iberville），这是一个位于游轮码头屋顶的景观化滨海大道，设有宽敞的木制露台以及超过30,000种开花和芳香植物。屋顶一端的大型木制楼梯将公众引向广场（Commencement Square），这是一片绿色的草地，缓缓向下引向河流。这个广阔的平原位于大码头的尽头，是聚会和享受日光浴的地方，也可进行许多公共活动。
Located along the banks of the Saint Lawrence River in Montreal’s Old Port, the Grand Quay is the first stop on the itinerary of cruise passengers: their first point of contact with the city. Since the public opening in 2018, pedestrians have been free to stroll along Promenade d’Iberville, a landscaped esplanade located on the roof of the cruise terminal and featuring a vast wooden terrace and over 30,000 flowering and aromatic plants. Wide steps and a staircase, all in wood, have been built to grant pedestrians access to the upper pathway made of fire-resistant red cedar. The large wooden staircase at one end of the garden roof leads the public to Commencement Square, a green meadow that gently slopes down toward the river. This vast plain, located at the tip of the Grand Quay, is a place for reflection, gathering and sunbathing, and will host numerous events.
This pedestrian path completes the Old Port’s network of public spaces and rebuilds, in admirable fashion, the ties between the city, the port and the river. Access to the site is more than ever facilitated, whether for pedestrians, cyclists, or users of public transit or electric cars.
“From the project’s inception, it was our intent to extend the Old Port’s linear park onto the pier. We wanted to create a space that emphasizes the richness of the site while also providing a park, a place to relax, and a space that people could make their own,” explains Sonia Gagné, partner and architect at Provencher_Roy.
Five light wells dot the elevated promenade and bathe the cruise terminal below in natural light. Green zones and numerous trees have been integrated into the site design. The landscaping also enables more fluid circulation, significantly simplifying vehicular access to the port facilities and to the parking spaces still available in the former hangars.
Visitors and tourists can now walk along all of the green spaces on the site and contemplate wonderful views of the city. Thanks to this new, privileged access to the river, Montrealers have reconnected with these grounds.
项目规模：38 000 m2
Location: Montréal, Québec, Canada
Client: Port de Montréal
Surface Area: 38 000 m2
Year: 2018 - Cruise Terminal, 2021 - Observation Tower
Electromechanics: Pageau Morel et associés
Civil Engineering: WSP Group
Maritime Infrastructure: WSP Group
Landscaping: NIP Paysage
Interior Design: Provencher_Roy Design intérieur