Present in the photo: Jacques DeLarochelliere – ISAAC, David Brillon – ISAAC, Jean-Sebastien Bouchard – ISAAC, Martin Murray – mayor of the city of Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Jean-Philippe Salvas – BDC, Christine Tardif – Investissement Québec, Chantale Leblond – Investissement Québec, Julie Ethier – DEL, Guy Hébert – directrr general of the city of Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Martin Dionne – Construction Bertrand Dionne, Gaston L’Heureux – GPH inc.

Chambly, November 2, 2018 – ISAAC Instruments begins groundbreaking of its new head office, to be located at 1300 Clairevue Boulevard in Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville’s industrial ecopark. Construction is expected to end in the summer of 2019.

ISAAC Instruments, which will celebrate its twentieth anniversary in February 2019, has been growing steadily since its foundation. The growing team has led the company to move a few times over the years. The company must once again relocate its operations to continue its expansion. More than 50 new positions will have to be filled in the short term, mainly in engineering and software development. The 360,000 sq. ft. site will allow the company to expand the building later and accommodate up to 400 employees.

When designing the building, we surveyed all our employees to gather their ideas and ensure that this new headquarters provides an environment focused on the well-being of those who work there.

Jacques DeLarochellière, President, ISAAC Instruments

Innovation, commitment and fun are at the heart of ISAAC’s values and we believe that our workspace must reflect these values. We want to enable our team members to flourish and we aspire to attract the best talents to support the company’s sustained growth.

Josiane Lorange, Director of Culture, Development and Engagement, ISAAC Instruments

The new 37,000 sq. ft. building will be surrounded by green spaces, and eventually include landscaped parks, footpaths, bike paths, and water features. The offices will be easily accessible thanks to their proximity to Autoroute 30, Route 116, and the bridges that connect Montreal and the South Shore.

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