Biography Eric Stein is an associate director and senior heritage conservation architect at EVOQ Architecture. His professional experience spans over 30 years during which he has played a leading role in a number of award-winning projects. With an in-depth knowledge of traditional building materials and techniques, Eric has developed a wide-ranging expertise in the rehabilitation of 19th and 20th century building envelopes, as well as a particular interest for religious architecture. Recent contributions include the master plan for the Grand Séminaire in Montreal, the rehabilitation of the Wellington Building in Ottawa, the Elgin Country Courthouse in St Thomas, and Historic City Hall in Calgary.

Academic Credentials OAQ, APT, PMP

Expertise buildings

Chapter Québec


Organization EVOQ Architecture

Address 1435 rue Saint-Alexandre

City Montréal

ProvTerr Québec

Postal Code H3A 2G4

Phone 514-393-9490