The existing building having been barricaded for twelve years, it was necessary to carry out major operations of decontamination of molds, asbestos and lead. To respond to specific technical and spatial programmatic needs, regular classrooms and offices are located in the existing building, while the spaces requiring larger surface areas, such as laboratories, gyms, the library, and the auditorium, are located in the new addition. The building also includes computer labs, science, fine arts and technology teaching laboratories, lockers, a cafeteria kitchen, and administrative and resting areas for staff and teachers. The building has been designed to allow safe public use of its sports facilities (gymnasium, locker rooms) for activities organized by the municipality.
Despite a tight schedule and particular site conditions, the college was able to open its doors for the 2013 school year, as planned. He received the 2015 Audience Award of the OAQ Awards of Excellence in architecture.