With the firm since 2002 and promoted to the position of Director in 2015, then Senior Partner in 2019, Catherine Demers has built a solid proficiency in carrying out projects of various sizes in the institutional and transportation sectors. Involved in establishing the client's needs in the pre-conceptual stages as well as in preparing final plans and specifications, she also has experience in on-site supervision, which gives her an overall understanding of the stakes of a project and allows her to orient and coordinate the work of a multidisciplinary project team made up of several stakeholders: architects, engineers, consultants and contractors. Aware of the significant impact of the construction industry on environmental issues, this enthusiastic architect has taken a keen interest in sustainable development and has been a LEED C+CB Accredited Professional since 2009.
From 2012 to 2015, she worked with the STM team at the Bureau de Projet Infrastructure Métro (BPIM), where she managed a project team for the rehabilitation of stations and rail transportation infrastructures. Since 2015, she has worked primarily on major modernization, redevelopment and expansion projects at Montreal-Trudeau International Airport. These include the new Connection Centre for Passengers in Transit and the future Metropolitan Express Network (REM) station, which are part of Aéroports de Montréal's strategic plan for growth and vision for the future.