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Michel Larocque

President

Quebec, Ontario, Canada
Industry Category: Construction Technology - Software
Mr. Larocques efforts of the past two years have resulted in several project opportunities in Canada and on the international market. However, due to the Arab Spring that was experienced in several of the targeted countries initially in 2011 and 2012 even, which has thus far delayed the implementation of several key projects, and considering that there are still today many political unrests in those countries representing consequently additional delays in project implementation, Mr. Larocque is considering today alternative career orientations.

Michel Larocque'S Overview

Resume:
MICHEL LAROCQUE, Eng.
Curriculum Vitae
 
 
Principal Qualifications
 
Michel Larocque possesses more than 36 years of experience in the consulting engineering practice. Initially designer in urban infrastructures and the environment, he has acquired through the years a sound experience in managing diverse engineering projects and divisions involving a large number of engineering disciplines (civil, structure, mechanical, electrical, hydraulics, hydrology, geotechnical, transportation, instrumentation and control, procurement, management and construction). He has acquired and been able to demonstrate through the years very strong innovative capabilities, leadership, management and business development initiatives, thus assuring a continuous business growth and profitable divisions under his responsibilities. The managerial experience acquired through the years have permitted him to develop solid management capabilities, mobilising and motivating the personnel to meet and surpass high work objectives established for the most part by himself. His business development responsibilities permitted him to develop a very good business network, first in Canada, and in the international market especially these past fifteen years. He has worked to establish several divisionary strategic plans as well as business strategic plans throughout his career. He has also worked on several Boards of Directors for the consulting engineering firm Les Consultants BBL Limitée, as well as for professional technical associations such as the Quebec Association for the Environmental Technologies (AQTE) and the Centre of Expertise and of Research in Urban Infrastructures (CERIU).
 
Today, Mr. Larocque has created his own engineering office operating in Canada and in the International market. As President, he assumes the responsibilities of business development for several international engineering firms, assisting them in establishing strategies and innovative solutions in the pursuit of targeted infrastructure projects, contract negotiations, and strategic reviews of projects won and carried out. He is also responsible for business development for Industrial Clients involved in the renewable energy market (production of electricity from urban and industrial solid wastes, wind, solar and mini hydro-electric stations), providing technical support and developing business strategies, preparing feasibility studies, assisting in contract negotiations, managing projects and carrying out engineering studies, engineering design and construction supervision and quality control of works, including construction management in the regions of North Africa, Africa, Middle-East, Central Asia, as well as in Turkey, Kazakhstan and Canada.
 
Throughout the years he has had the opportunity to work in the following countries : Algeria, Bangladesh, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Canada, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gabon, Guinea Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Haïti, Honduras, Ivory Coast, Lebanon, Madagascar, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, Romania, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Tanzania, Tchad, Togo, United Arab Emirates, Venezuela, Vietnam, and Yemen. Recently, he has developed business contacts in the following countries : China, Serbia, Turkey, Tunisia, Kazakhstan, Kirghizstan and Russia.
 
 
Career objectives
 
Mr. Larocque’s efforts of the past two years have resulted in several project opportunities in Canada and on the international market. However, due to the Arab Spring that was experienced in several of the targeted countries initially in 2011 and 2012 even, which has thus far delayed the implementation of several key projects, and considering that there are still today many political unrests in those countries representing consequently additional delays in project implementation, Mr. Larocque is considering today alternative career orientations.
 
He has had a very solid engineering and construction management experience, very much diversified, and has been more recently involved in the industrial market which proved to be very challenging, appealing and rewarding. His career objectives today are to help large engineering groups or industries to profit from the experience he has gained over the past 36 years, and from strengths further developed and/or acquired: solid management and leadership; profitability oriented; business development and growth with a solid innovative mind; very good credibility with Clients, Partners and personnel; experienced, capable and wanting to assume top management responsibilities; strong problem analyses and solving; solid personnel and divisional management capabilities; technology transfer as needed; extensive experience in business/contract negotiations; good communication skills; strong international experience; reliable, respectful and faithful in business as well as private relations. 
 
 
Basic data :
 
Name, first name :                                             Larocque, Michel                                             
Date of birth :                                                    June, 12,  1953                                               
Nationality :                                                       Canadian                                                        
Email:                                                                miclar2824363[AT]okyay.com
University Formation :
1976           Royal Military College, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
                         B.A.Sc. Civil Engineering
Languages spoken and written and level of knowledge :
French         Excellent (spoken, read, written)
English                                                       Excellent (spoken, read, written)
 
Professional Affiliations
 
Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ)
Quebec Association for Transport and Roads (AQTR)
Quebec Association for Environmental Technologies (AQTE) :
-Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the AQTE from 1992 to 1996
-Infrastructures expert committees
Centre of Expertise and Research in Urban Infrastructures (CERIU) :
-Board of Directors for the CERIU from 1997 to 2001                      
Ex-cadet Club from the Royal Military Colleges of Saint-Jean and Kingston
 
Experience
 
2010 -          Gestech International Inc, Consulting Engineering Firm, Canada
                                                                                                                                               
                     President
 
                     Main responsibilities :
  • Business development with his networks for several infrastructures projects with diverse Canadian and European engineering firms in the regions of North Africa, Africa, Middle-East, Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe;
  • Strategic assistance in preparing proposals, negotiating contracts and strategic project reviews during contract execution with client engineering firms;
  • Business developpement, technical support, enginering and construction management for diverse industrial clients in the domain of renewable energy in the regions of North Africa,  Africa, the Middle-East, Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe;
  • Preparation of feasibility studies in renewable energy (production of electricity from solid urban and industrial wastes, wind, solar and mini hydro-electric stations), project management and construction management, detailed engineering, construction supervision and quality control for his industrial clients.
 
                     Main works and contracts obtained :
  • Algeria : recuperation of payments for a Canadian engineering firm client working in the rail market ;
  • Kazakhstan : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the Cities of Astana and Almaty ;
  • Kirghizstan : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the City of Bishkek ;
  • Oman : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy covering most Cities in the country;
  • Tunisia : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the City of Tunis and several other Cities throughout Tunisia;
  • Bosnia : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the regions of Nis and Una Sana / Bihac;
  • Morocco : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the Cities of Tanger and Kenitra;
  • Algeria : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the City of Algiers;
  • Saudi Arabia : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the Cities of Jeddah and Mecca;
  • Libya : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the Cities of Tripoli and Benghazi;
  • Turkey : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the Province of Malatya ;
  • Cameroun : feasibility study in renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the Cities of Yaounde and Douala ;
  • Canada : feasibility study in wastes-to-energy for the City of Bedford for the production of 10 MW of electricity that will be purchased by Hydro-Quebec, and thermal energy recuperated to produce compressed air which will be used as a source of energy for trucks transporting wastes and wood biomass to the cogeneration station in replacement of diesel fuel, thus reducing substantially greenhouse gas production;
  • Canada : tender proposal to Hydro-Quebec in collaboration with industrial partners/clients for the cogeneration station of 10 MW of electricity for the City of Bedford, Quebec;
  • Canada : tender proposal to Hydro-Quebec in collaboration with industrial partners/clients for the cogeneration station of 10 MW of electricity for the City of Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec.
 
Potential projects that needed the establishment of strategic alliances as well as commercial agreements, with a strong chance of success:
  • Morocco: confidential project in gold mining in Central Morocco; and renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for several Cities ;
  • Serbia: renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for the City of Belgrade ;
  • Egypt : renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for several Cities ;
  • Bahrain: renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for several Cities ;
  • Qatar : renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for several Cities ;
  • Canada : tender proposals to BC-Hydro in collaboration with industrial partners/clients for several cogeneration stations of 15 MW of electricity each, for several installations in British Columbia having a program similar to Hydro-Quebec’s;
  • Canada: renewable energy in wastes-to-energy for Aboriginal communities and mining operations and work communities located in northern Ontario, northern Quebec and in New Brunswick.
 
 
2009-2010    Hatch Ltd., Consulting firm in engineering, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
               
                     Managing Director, International, Transportation and Infrastructures
 
                     Main responsibilities :
  • Principal business developer on the international market for the Infrastructures Division in Africa and the Middle-East;
  • Partner in charge, corporate representative for contracts with Clients;
  • Negotiation of agreements with partners and agents;
  • Negotiation and signature of contracts;
  • Assistance to regional Directors in the United Arab Emirates, in South Africa, in Australia and in Mississauga, Canada in establishing technical strategies, business associations and sales strategies in their respective regions and how to carry out business in the international Public Infrastructures market;
  • Negotiations with Clients for contract modifications;
  • Technological orientation and establishment of development strategies;
  • Assistance and approval of technical and financial proposals;
  • Assistance to regional offices in providing professional services and to problem solving with the international Clients as needed.
 
                     Main contract obtained :
  • Algeria : engineering studies for the construction of a greenfield steel plant for an overall investment of $2 Billions;
 
Potential projects that needed the establishment of strategic alliances as well as commercial agreements, with a very strong chance of success:
  • Ivory Coast : engineering studies for a new highway aiming to improve traffic flows to Abidjan;
  • Nigeria : Engineering studies for the construction of the first light rail transit line in Lagos;
  • Algeria : engineering studies for several railway lines for fees totalling between $5 and $10 Millions CAD;
  • Algeria : hydraulic and hydrological studies to optimize en ensure water useage for consumption and irrigation in the Oranie-Chott Chergui hydraulic basins, in western Algeria, at the Morocco frontier;
  • Egypt : engineering for an irrigation project from the Nile River.
 
2007-2009    SNC-Lavalin Inc., Consulting Firm in engineering and construction, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Vice-President, International, Engineering and construction : October 2008 to April 2009
Vice-President, Transport and Infrastructures, International : January 2007 to Octobee 2008
 
Main responsibilities :
  • Principal business developer on the international market for the divisions : Transport, Infrastructures and Buildings; Construction Management; Qualitas (geotechnical laboratories); and Construction, in Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle-East;
  • Partner in charge, corporate representative for contracts with Clients;
  • Negotiation of agreements with partners and agents;
  • Negotiation and signature of contracts;
  • Coaching of vice-presidents responsible of the different divisions concerning how to carry out business in the international market;
  • Negotiations with Clients for contract modifications;
  • Technological orientation and establishment of development strategies;
  • Assistance and approval of technical and financial proposals;
  • Overseeing of divisions in providing professional services and problem solving with the international Clients as needed.
 
Main mandates obtained :
  • Algeria : quality control and construction supervision of works for the Centre section of the East-West Highway for total fees of $100 Millions CAD over 48 months. Value of construction works : $1.6 Billion CAD;
  • Algeria : control and construction supervision of works for the Thenia – Tizi Ouzou railway line for total fees of $25 Million CAD over 30 months. Value of construction works : $300 Millions CAD; this contract was lost by SNC-Lavalin following the departure of Mr. Larocque;
  • Morocco : project management for works related to the Bab Al Bahr Development Project between Saleh and Rabat for total fees of $8 Millions CAD over 42 months. Value of construction works: $100 Millions CAD;
  • Algeria : engineering studies and construction supervision for the New City of Hassi Messaoud for total fees in excess of $500 Millions CAD over 96 months. Value of construction works : $7 Billions CAD. This contract was lost by SNC-Lavalin following the departure of Mr. Larocque.
 
Potential projects that needed the establishment of strategic alliances as well as commercial agreements with a strong chance of success:
  • Algeria : control and construction supervision of several railway lines for total fees of $25 Millions CAD over 30 months. Value of construction works in excess of $300 Millions CAD;
  • Algeria : engineering studies and construction of two sewage treatment plants totalling more than $125 Millions CAD over 3 years and operation of plants between 5 and 10 years;
  • Romania : technical assistance to the Transport Ministry in Bucharest over 4 years; fees of $15 Millions CAD;
  • Serbia : engineering studies and construction of several highway sections and railway lines, including the elaboration of financing solutions, the establishment of partnering agreements with serbian construction firms for more than $800 Millions CAD over 5 years.
 
These mandates have permitted the Divisions of Transport, Infrastructures and Buildings; Construction Management; Qualitas (geotechnical laboratories), to start working on the international market representing a first for SNC-Lavalin with these specific Clients in Morocco and Algeria, permetting the first division to double its annual revenues after only two years of business development (personnel going from 425 persons to over 800 persons), through personal contacts that were developed before joining SNC-Lavalin in those countries.
 
1997-2006      Tecsult International Limited., Consulting engineering firm, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
                     Vice-President Transport and Infrastructures, International
 
1980-1997      Beauchemin-Beaton-Lapointe/Cartier Group Limited, Consultants, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
                     Vice-President municipal, Cartier Group Limited (1993-1997)
                     Vice-President municipal, Beauchemin-Beaton-Lapointe inc. (1984-1993)
Director, Environment Division, Beauchemin-Beaton-Lapointe inc. (1982-1984)
Head of Department, Environment Division, Beauchemin-Beaton-Lapointe inc.
(1981-1982)
                     Project Director, Beauchemin-Beaton-Lapointe inc. (1980-1981)
 
1976-1980      MILLAR ENGINEERING INC. Consulting engineers, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
                     Project Director (1976-1980)
 
Main Projects before 2007:
 
Infrastructures, construction and rehabilitation
 
  • ALCOA in Guinea : design et engineering for a new bridge required for ALCOA’s operations.
  • Urban Infrastructures for the High Technology Industrial Park, City of Saint-Laurent, Canada.
Urban Planning for the High Technology Industrial Park, including road access from the highway network, underground services, stormwater management, the introduction of stormwater management infrastructures to protect the buildings from floods associated to excessive rainfalls. Studies, design, tender documents and construction supervision of works.
  • Construction of underground public utilities in concrete structures, Montreal’s Electrical Services Commission, Canada for electricity distribution and telecommunications to a population of several hundred thousands. Studies, engineering and construction supervision.
  • Construction of ports along the Senegal River, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Ottawa, Canada.
  • Urban Infrastructures for the New City of Abu-Arish, Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Engineering studies for water supply, urban planning, stormwater management, collect and treatment of wastewater, traffic studies and road network for a New City in the desert of Saudi Arabia for a population of 75,000 residents. Feasibility and preliminary studies.
  • Water supply infrastructures for eight cities, Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Feasibility studies for the supply, treatment and distribution of potable water to service a population of over 400,000 people.
  • Collector sewer,Township de Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
  • Urban infrastructures for the industrial park, Township of Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Studies, complete engineering and construction supervision.
 
Stormwater management
 
  • Flood control (stormwater), City of Saint-Laurent, Canada.
  • Studies of extreme flooding in 1987, City of Mount-Royal, Canada.
  • Overflow control of sewer network during rainfalls, Cities of : Montreal, LaSalle, Lachine, Saint-Pierre, Montreal-West, Côte Saint-Luc, Hampstead, Westmount, Mont-Royal and Saint-Laurent, Canada.
 
Water treatment plants
 
  • Water treatment plant for the City of  Abu-Arish, Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Preliminary studies and detailed studies to service a population of 75,000 persons in the saudi desert.
  • Adjustment to water treatment plant for Hydro-Quebec, La Grande, Quebec, Canada.
  • Shrimp production industry, Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), Ottawa, Canada
  • Water supply and treatment for  9 cities in Saudi Arabia for the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs.
 
Sewage treatment plants
 
  • Sewage treatment plant, Régie d’assainissement des eaux du Haut-Richelieu, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Canada.
  • Sewage treatment plant, City of Abu-Arish, Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to service a New City of 75,000 persons in the saudi desert, the plant’s effluent to be used for the irrigation of the city’s protection area.
  • Value Engineering analysis , sewage treatment plant, City of Châteauguay, Canada.
  • Sewage treatment plant, Régie inter municipale d’assainissement des eaux of Saint-Césaire and Rougemont, Canada.
  • Sewage treatment plants for the cities of Zilfi, Howtat Sudair and Al Aflaj, Ministry od Municipal and Rural Affairs, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Preliminary studies and detailed engineering to service a population of 200,000 persons, with the plants’ effluent being used to irrigate the protection zones around each citiy in the saudi desert.
  • Interception and sewage treatment plant, Régie intermunicipale d’assainissement de Ste-Adèle/Mont-Rolland, Canada.
  • Sludge granulation studies, Outaouais’ Urban Community, Canada.
 
Roads, highways and road related structures, construction and rehabilitation
 
  • Management, control and construction supervision to rehabilitate National road RN 44 South from PK 20 to PK 133 and rehabilitation of national road RN 44 North from PK 158 to PK 228, Madagascar.
  • Action plan for the displacement and reinstallation of residents displaced by the construction of the Dakar-Thiès highway to Keur Massar, Senegal.
  • Construction supervision for the rehabilitation of the highway RN5/RN35 between Lubumbashi and Kasenga (220 km) – Democratic Republic of Congo.
  • Technical assistance and construction supervision of the Tizi-Ouzou / Oued Aissi railway line for the Société Nationale des Transports Ferroviaires (SNTF) in Algeria, including 3 tunnels, 24 km of railways, and 17 bridges and structures.
  • Construction supervision for the rehabilitation of the National Road RN4 between Kisangani and Nia-Nia (354 km) and along Nia-Nia, Mambassa, Komanda, Beni (400 km)», for the Central Coordination Office (BCECO), Democratic Republic of Congo.
  • Construction supervision for the rehabilitation of National Road RN2 between Mbuji-Mayi and Kasongo (530 km) and between Kasongo and Bukavu (460 km)», for the Central Coordination Office (BCECO), Democratic Republic of Congo.
  • Detailed engineering design for the construction of the East-West Highway in Algeria, Oran section of 60 kms; National Highway Agency (ANA).
  • Detailed engineering design for the construction of the East-West Highway in Algeria, El Harrouch section (44 Kms); National Highway Agency (ANA).
    • Detailed design and social and environmental impact analysis for the Pay toll Highway between Dakar and Thiès, Senegal.
  • By-pass highway (25 km) for the City of Santiago, Dominican Republic. Traffic studies, technico-economic studies, detailed engineering and bridges and other road related structures.
  • Major rehabilitation work – Highway 40, between Ste-Marie road and highway 520, Montreal, Canada. Detailed engineering and construction supervision.
  • Reconstruction of Champlain bridge between Aylmer and Ottawa, Canada. Detailed engineering, construction cost estimates and construction supervision.
  • Construction of multilevel underground car parkings, downtown Beirut, Lebanon.
  • Extension of Montreal’s subway, lines 2, 4 and 5, STCUM, Montreal.
Review and validation of construction cost estimates prepared by diverse engineering firms.
  • Construction of reserved bus lane along highway 10, Brossard, Agence Métropolitaine de Transport. Detailed engineering and construction supervision.
  • Rehabilitation and asphalt base for the Kaya-Dori road, Burkina Faso. Detailed engineering and construction supervision.
  • Periodic rehabilitation work for national roads RN6, RN3a and RN44, Madagascar. Management and construction supervision.
  • Periodic rehabilitation work for national roads RN34 and RN25, Madagascar.
Management and construction supervision.
  • Rehabilitation of roads and bridges along the national road network in Togo.
Construction supervision.
  • Rehabilitation of the road Jugudul-Bambadinca (58 km) and construction of the road Buba-Catio (62 km), Guinea Bissau.
      Detailed engineering and construction supervision.
  • Protection of works along the Choluteca river and upstream of the capital City, Tegucigalpa, Honduras. 
      Feasibility studies, access improvement to downtown, traffic studies and design of an urban highway.
  • Redesign of the intersection Iberville / Saint Joseph, City of Montreal.
      Studies to establish causes of accidents, analysis of several design options to improve traffic safety through a value engineering approach.
  • Reconstruction of Highway 40, between Charles-de-Gaulle bridge and Marien boulevard.  Construction supervision over a distance of 6,5 km, 3 lanes, including road foundation, highway concrete slab, safety works, road markings and traffic management. A tunnel was built under highway 40 to give access to Montreal’s future golf course. Quebec Ministry of Transport.
  • Rehabilitation of 85 km of national roads in northern Lebanon.
Detailed engineering for the rehabilitation of roads in a mountainous region of northern Lebanon, including canadian technology transfer to the Client, Lebanon Ministry of Transport.
  • Rehabilitation of Jacques Cartier bridge in Montreal.
Inspection and detailed engineering for the rehabilitation of anchor beams. Montreal, Canada. 1999.
  • Rehabilitation of du Portage bridge and of the Confederation boulevard, Phase III, Quebec, Canada,  National Capital Commission.
Detailed engineering, inspection of the concrete slab and of the bridge’s main beams and construction supervision.
  • Construction of Woodland viaduct, City of Beaconsfield/MTQ, Canada.
Detailed engineering and traffic management for the construction of the viaduct over Highway 20, including the lowering of one kilometer of highway 20 under the viaduct, the construction of a temporary by-pass road, the integration of urban infrastructures, landscaping, accesses to commuter trains, stormwater pumping station with outfall to Saint-Louis lake.
  • Construction of Morgan’s viaduct, city of Baie d’Urfé, Canada.
Detailed engineering and construction supervision to manage works and traffic management for the construction of the viaduct and the lowering of Morgan street under highway 20, including the construction of a temporary high speed by-pass highway, the integration of urban infrastructures, landscaping, accesses to commuter trains and stormwater pumping station.
  • Rehabilitation of De la Commune street, Old Port of Montreal, Montreal, Canada. Detailed engineering and construction supervision for the construction of 2 km of public utilities, pumping station, roads, sidewalks lighting and artificial lake, including water recirculation and treatment.
  • Evaluation of bridges and viaducts, Quebec Ministry of Transport and Cities of Sherbrooke, Côte Saint-Luc, Montreal, Mount-Royal, Outremont, Canada.
Evaluation of several bridges and viaducts using the infrared thermography and radar technologies and recommendations for their rehabilitation, detailed engineering and construction supervision.
  • Identification of voids under road concrete slabs, City of Montreal, Canada.
Identification of voids under road concrete slabs using the radar technology through an innovative and experimental application of the technology.
  • Evaluation of different road rehabilitation work methods, City of Montreal, Canada.
Analysis of the impact of different road concrete slab rehabilitation methods through the application of infrared thermography and radar technologies before and after rehabilitation.
  • Construction and rehabilitation of 300 km urban roads for the cities of Montreal, Montreal-West, Côte Saint-Luc and Hampstead, Canada.
Detailed engineering and construction supervision.
Management of infrastructures and innovative technologies
 
  • Innovative technologies in the evaluation of roads, Quebec Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Canada.
Elaboration of an innovative technology project in association with 17 Cities in Canada within the Canada-Quebec infrastructure program, phase 3. The project was aiming to adapt the technologies of radar and infrared thermography to the evaluation of urban roads, including the development of a road management system.
  • Innovative technologies in the evaluation of roads and highways, Laboratoire central des ponts et chaussées, Nantes, France.
Elaboration of an agreement with the french firm Tronico representing Laboratoire Central des Ponts et Chaussées in Nantes, for the integration of the french Desyroute in the evaluation of urban roads and highways, including its commercialisation in North America.
  • Technological development in the evaluation of roads and urban infrastructures, Quebec Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Science and Technology, Canada.
Development of a technological development project aiming to transfer technologies to small and medium enterprises in Canada. The project was aiming the introduction of the Desyroute technology in a road management system, the adaptation of the system into a Windows environment, the develpment of a graphic interface compatible with the most recent geomatic technologies in Canada, the integration of optimum road rehabilitation technologies in road rehabilitation, the development of a management system for the rehabilitation of urban infrastructures (water and sewer networks), the development of an integrated urban infrastructure management system and the development of road degradation curves adapted to Quebec’s weather conditions.
  • Evaluation of urban roads, Cities of : Aylmer, Beauport, Hull, Gatineau, Sainte-Foy, Montreal, Mount-Royal, Montreal-West, Repentigny, Saint-Hyacinthe, Rosemere, Lorraine, Sainte-Thérèse, Greenfield Park, Saint-Lambert, Prévost, Saint-Bruno, Brossard and Grande-Île, Canada
Analysis of 300 km of urban roads using infrared thermography and radar technologies, including the identification of probable road degradation causes, optimum rehabilitation methods and the prioritisation of works through the establishment of a road rehabilitation program.
  • Analysis and evaluation of highways, Quebec Ministry of Transport, Canada
Analysis of several hundred kilometers of highways with the radar technology and recommendations for work prioritisation and optimum rehabilitation methods.
 
Environment
 
  • Soil decontamination studies, Transport Canada, Airports of Mirabel and Dorval, Canada
  • Environmental assessment, Transport Canada, Airports of Mirabel and Dorval, Canada
  • Soil decontamination studies, City of Montreal, Canada.
  • Construction of oil separators, Aéroports de Montréal (ADM), Canada.
  • Studies related to the Saint-Pierre combined sewer collector overflows, City of Montreal, Canada.
  • Construction of the Newman used snow storage site, City of Montreal, Canada.
  • Closing of the Cook sanitary landfill in the City of Aylmer, Canada, including the collection and treatment of lixiviate waters, the collection and elimination of methane gas through burning and site surface impermeabilisation with the construction of a one meter clay fill, and landscaping to establish an urban natural park.
 
Airport projects
 
  • Expansion of Montreal’s international airport, Dorval/Pierre-Elliott Trudeau
    • Project carried out in two phases totalling an investment of $650 Millions.
  • Rehabilitation of the concrete runway and construction of combat airplane refuelling system in Thumrait, Oman
    • Detailed engineering.
  • Extension of runways and modernisation of buildings and services for ten regional airports in Gabon.
    • Feasibility studies and detailed engineering.
 
 
 
 
 
Location, date and signature:
 
Signed on April 5th, 2013 in Montreal (Quebec, Canada).

 
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