Vitrerie de la Vallée was founded in 1994 by Guylain Courville, specializing in construction of doors and windows of commercial buildings. Mr. Courville’s company quickly became one of the largest glassworks companies in Gatineau-Ottawa. Vitrerie de la Vallée’s windows and doors are found not only in residential homes and several McDonald’s restaurants, but also in the most prominent public buildings such as hospitals, schools , car dealerships and office towers in downtown Gatineau-Ottawa.
Vitrerie de la Vallée has earned the trust of the largest commercial contractors in the region. It is this commitment to quality that has earned Vitrerie de la Vallée its first major contracts such as the Regional Rehabilitation Centre and The Resource Center in Gatineau. The performance of Mr. Courville’s team has allowed the company to obtain a growing number of ambitious mandates such as the rehabilitation of the hospital in Hull and the addition of its new nephrology building.
Last year, Vitrerie de la Vallée started working on the Ottawa Ontario side. The company worked on many impressive projects in Ottawa, Orleans and Kanata. Vitrerie de la Vallée’s projects included a high school, a Best Buy Store, a Jean Coutu pharmacy in the village of Casselman along Highway 417, and the redevelopment of an eight-storey office building in the heart of downtown Ottawa.
In Gatineau, the company is currently working on the construction of Phase V of the huge Cité-Jardin project, which consists of six residential towers for the elderly.
For 9 years, Vitrerie de la Vallée had offered its customers top quality products and attentive service to meet their needs and they have been satisfied with their experience!