Broccolini has recently been informed of fraudulent recruitment activities targeting people outside of Canada. The suspected organization or individuals are sending employment contracts pretending to be Broccolini representatives and are requesting personal information to start an immigration procedure for employment in Canada. Please be cautious of these emails as they are considered fraudulent and a way of stealing money and identity as well as other personal information from you.
Broccolini’s recruitment process always includes in-person interviews with a member of our Human Resources team and/or a member of our management team prior to any official employment offer. Money would never be requested in exchange for a position or to secure a visa to enter Canada.
We recommend that you do not respond to unsolicited employment offers from people with whom you are unfamiliar and suggest that you report them to your local authorities. If you think you have received a fraudulent employment offer, please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org and ensure to include the original subject line, email address of sender and complete message including attachments.
Address: 800 Saint-Jacques, Montreal
Completion date: 2023
Building area: 1,100,000 sq.ft.
One of the largest construction projects announced in 2018 is undeniably the new headquarters of the National Bank at 800 Saint-Jacques West.
The new 40-storey building will extend 200 metres above ground and will total approximately 1.1. million square feet of office space. It will be connected to the Montreal underground city (RÉSO) and adjacent to a 40,000 sq. ft. urban park open to the public.
Among the distinctive features planned for the new headquarters are, a two-level cafeteria, a daycare, a fitness centre, 400 bicycle parking spaces, 80 charging stations for electric vehicles and an outdoor garden on the 40th floor.
In order to achieve LEED v4 Gold and WELL certification, the building will be built according to the strictest sustainable building conventions in the world. The ground breaking took place at the end of 2018, and construction should be completed in the spring of 2023.
Photos : © Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes