With the firm since 2006, Julie Boucher has developed a specialisation in the healthcare sector. Her implication at all stages of the design process from planning through construction ensures a high quality design founded on principles and knowledge acquired through a variety of renovation, new construction and functional and technical renovations for healthcare projects. In the last few years, she has acquired a particular expertise in the development of complex projects involving the installation of highly specialised medical equipment. Her approach is focused on active listening that translates into a clear comprehension of client needs. She prioritises a collaborative working environment with exchanges between all project participants and collaborators, ensuring quality architectural work.
Included among her recent assignments are the Regional integrated Cancer Center at the Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis, planning the neonatal intensive care unit and birthing center of the Critical care Pavilion at the Jewish General Hospital, the replacement of teletherapy equipment at the Maisonneuve-Rosemont and Notre-Dame Hospitals, the complete reorganization and renovation of the magnetic resonance imagery in several Montreal hospitals including the Saint-Luc Hospital, the Montreal General Hospital and the Jewish General Hospital. Since 2015, she has been actively participating in the development of the Integrated Cancer center for the new University Hospital Center of Quebec City.