BiogasWorld welcomes its first architectural firm: CCM2 architects!

By | 2021-07-14

Founded in 1963, CCM2 has always been able to attract and retain experienced professionals while continually renewing and expanding its portfolio. Today, the firm has seven (7) partners supported by a permanent team of seasoned designers and technologists. Driven by dynamism, combined with creativity and innovative thinking, the firm has established itself as a leader in the field of architecture in Quebec for nearly sixty (60) years.

Since then, CCM2 has continued to expand its client base and market share working with large public, parapublic, corporate and private clients. Its services are based on a wide range of achievements and a very diversified experience. CCM2 has completed more than 1500 architectural projects throughout Quebec. The firm stands out in the industry for the quality of its achievements and its ability to produce distinctive architectural concepts while respecting budgets and deadlines. It is also known for the quality of its professional services, focused on client and user satisfaction, as well as on the quality of the architectural product.

The architectural quality of CCM2’s projects has been recognized by more than thirty-five (35) awards and/or mentions in architecture, in addition to being the subject of numerous international publications. Finally, CCM2 has been a member of the Canada Green Building Council since 2004 and its sensitivity towards sustainable development has driven it to complete multiple LEED certified buildings.


The firm has significant expertise in industrial projects. For instance, the firm has recently completed projects for biogas plants, water treatments plants, food plants, a cogeneration plant, and a variety of industrial projects that integrate complex mechanical process.

The firm has distinguished itself through its ability to find viable and sustainable solutions to functional problems. Its dynamic team has also acquired, through its multiple projects, an extensive knowledge of technical issues related to corrosion risks, control of toxic gas, regulatory research and related occupational safety. These numerous industrial projects have also helped the firm better understand the issues related to BIM design, ensuring the added value in terms of interdisciplinary coordination. Furthermore, the experience of the Ajax cogeneration plant, for which the firm acted as BIM manager, not only allowed for the integration of all disciplines related to building engineering, but also for the integration of a complex mechanical process that required rigorous coordination during all stages of the project.

Among recent achievements, CCM2 architects would like to highlight the new biomethanation centre of Québec City (CBMO). Moreover, the firm would like to praise the many collaborators who are working hard to bring this colossal project to life.

For more information on our other projects, please visit our website at: You can also follow us on Facebook to witness the evolution of our many ongoing projects!