With the firm since 2002 and promoted to the position of director in 2015, 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.
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 railway stations and railway structures. Since 2015, she has been working mainly on the modernization, redevelopment and expansion projects at Montréal's Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport. Sensitized to the significant impact of the construction industry on environmental issues, this enthusiastic architect is very interested in sustainable development and is accredited as a LEED BD + C Professional since 2009.