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Posted by nel58 7/4/2005 4:27 AM | remove
  Wow great find
Posted by ex-goose-villager 7/6/2005 2:38 AM | remove
  That is a great find. I had always wondered how old the building was....
Posted by Blawkowski 7/6/2005 9:03 PM | remove
  By fireproof they probably meant equiped with a few fire hydrants and full of asbestos...
Posted by ex-goose-villager 7/12/2005 2:25 AM | remove
  Well, asbestos is (or make that was) mined in Quebec.... Isn't the Olympic stadium full of asbestos-laced concrete? It's only in the last decade or so that there has been a reall concern about asbestos fibres--hell, it was used in everything. The house I'm living in has asbestos siding on it. When any siding salesmen come along, I just point to the astestos siding and they can't get out of here fast enough.

Posted by ex-goose-villager 7/12/2005 2:28 AM | remove
  I was just thinking, my grandmother would have been in her mid-20s when this place was built. I'll bet she watched it going up....

Posted by nostra-YOUPPI! 7/12/2005 4:17 AM | remove
  yes the big owe is all asbestos (filler) concrete, hence the plastic sealent applied to nearly all surfaces, when i worked there they were always testing the asbestos levels in the air, asbestos brake pads are still available in quebec, just got to know where to look
Posted by Charlie_Dunver 4/2/2006 11:02 PM | remove
  Concordia used to have a department ot 2 in the highrise first on yer right up from the Tim Horton's on Guy street. I visited there in 86 and while the building was undergoing some renovations people in those offices were expressing grave concern for asbestos. I don't remember when "sick building syndrome" became mainstream but they were at least talking about it then.
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