Fournier Gersovitz Moss Drolet et Associés Architectes (FGMDA) has received two Ecclesiastical Insurance Cornerstone Awards for Building Heritage for the following projects: Jean-Talon Station / Loblaws and Harbour Commission Building / Club 357c. In 2013, the Heritage Canada Foundation (HCF) launched the Cornerstone awards for the regeneration of heritage buildings and sites, to bring “national attention to exemplary commercial and institutional projects” and to recognize its contributors.
FGMDA is also is the recipient of three Canadian Association of Heritage Professionals (CAHP) Awards: the Award of Merit for Conservation (Recording, Preservation, Rehabilitation) of the Oriel Window of the Grand Trunk Building; an Award of Merit for Conservation (Restoration) of the McGill University Arts Building; and the Award of Merit in Heritage Planning for the exhibit and event held at their head office for the Design Montreal Open House, which occurred in May 2013.
The partners of FGMDA are Adjunct Professor Julia Gersovitz (B.Arch. 1975), Alain Fournier (B.Arch. 1975), Rosanne Moss (B.Arch. 1980), and Georges Drolet (B.Arch. 1984).