Fusion Projects Has Relocated
Fusion’s new home is an amazing place to work as well as to entertain both clients and friends in the many functions we hold in our flexible open space.
n our 8th year, Fusion’s growth and success facilitated a move to our new premises in the historic, century-old, Credit Foncier building. Fusion was able to secure the entire eighth floor and worked out a program with the landlord to take advantage of the overall mechanical upgrades in the building allowing for a complete demolition right back to the concrete floors and ceilings. To bring out the character and features of the original concrete structure, we utilized dry ice blasting to clean the hundred-year old concrete without damaging the original grain from the wooden forms.
History of the building – Credit Foncier Building – Architect: H.L.Stevens and Company – built in 1914. Credit Foncier Franco-Canadian Company of Montreal chose this prominent location for its western headquarters in 1913. Fine materials, including granite, decorative terra cotta, and an elaborate copper cornice, are combined with the well-articulated base, middle, and top portions of the building to create this good example of Edwardian Commercial architecture.