Ever since we were founded in 1968, Sotramont has assigned great importance to the quality of our construction projects. Sotramont is an experienced builder with a team of qualified employees, expert associates and skilled subcontractors known for their reliability.

Over the 45 years we have been in business, Sotramont has built a reputation as a master builder, not just for the quality of our buildings, but also for our ability to innovate with rigour and skill.

Sotramont is involved in the following residential development projects:

  • Bois-Franc in Saint-Laurent, with more than 2,000 residential dwellings built so far
  • Quartier Greenwich in Pointe-Claire, where more than 1,000 homes will be built
  • Griffintown, where 415 condominium and commercial units (including rentals) will be built
  • Riverside Saint-Lambert, where 55 condominiums will be built
  • The very first LEED® Gold building to be constructed in Quebec in the 4 storeys-or-more category (Place des Nations Phase 1 in Bois-Franc).
  • In 2014, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) recognized Phase 2 of Bois-Franc’s Place des Nations as the highest performing LEED® Gold project in the world.

  • In 2015, Sotramont is innovating by building six- to eight-storey condo projects with a solid wood frame of cross-laminated timber (CLT), a renewable material known for both strength and environmental performance.

    Platinum Certification — Guaranteed quality in housing / Association des constructeurs du Québec (Association of Quebec builders). Highest level of competence and reliability, including excellence in post-sales service.


    As a Qualité Habitation platinum-certified entrepreneur, Sotramont is not only recognized as a provider of top-of-the-line products, but the company has also won a number of awards over the years for creating single-family dwellings, townhouses and condos that meet the highest standards of excellence in the industry.

    Since 2010, Sotramont President Marc-André Roy has served as president of the Qualité Habitation insurance plan for new homes on behalf of the Association de la Construction du Québec. His current mandate prevents him from participating in any of the awards activities held by the Association in order to prevent any appearance of a conflict of interest.

  • Émérite 2008 Émérite 2008 Entrepreneur of the year – Single-family dwelling over $400,000
  • Émérite 2008 Émérite 2008 Entrepreneur of the year for overall residential project – Bois-Franc
  • Émérite 2004 Émérite 2004 Entrepreneur of the year – Prestige single-family dwellings
  • Émérite 2003 Émérite 2003 Residential project of the year – Bois-Franc
  • Émérite 2002 Émérite 2002 Entrepreneur of the year – Prestige production
  • Émérite 2001 Émérite 2001 Entrepreneur of the year
  • Émérite 2000 Émérite 2000 award – Île de la Brunante – Bois-Franc