Youville Pumping Station

Cocktail parties, launches, press conferences or any other corporate event ou tout autre événement d'entreprise
Youville Pumping Station
©Pointe-à-Callière, Caroline Bergeron

Located just across from the Museum, at 173 Place D'Youville. As Montréal's first fully electrified wastewater pumping station, the Scottish brick building, dating back to 1915, is a key part of the city's industrial heritage.

The pumping and water-level control equipment can still be clearly seen in the underground portion of the building, extending two storeys below ground level. The warm colours, the sunlight flooding through the superb arched windows and the monumental pumps are sure to captivate your guests – especially anyone who enjoys the humming of powerful motors and the “industrial” look.

©Pointe-à-Callière, Caroline Bergeron
©Pointe-à-Callière, Caroline Bergeron

Availability
Eeveryday, 8:30 am to 9 pm

Capacity
100 standing
40 seated – theatre style
25 seated – U style

Dimensions
Motor room (ground floor) 155 m2

Feature

  • Tables and chairs available
  • Basic PA system
  • Screen, projector
  • A small adjacent meeting room (15 m2, for 8 people) is included

Major partner:

Hydro-Québec

More venues