Germain Paradis, Lead Senior Technician
49 years of experience, 37 with the firm
Germain Paradis has been working with Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes since 1984. Both a workshop and execution team leader and an advisor for questions related to the technical design of building envelopes or coordination of plans and specifications, he has worked on a large number of projects. With a wealth of experience and an invaluable resource —one of the greatest experts in building envelopes in Quebec— he is always available to advise and develop the best technical solutions.
Among other projects, he has participated in the technical design of the envelope for the major expansion of the Montreal-Trudeau International Airport, the Michal and Renata Hornstein Peace Pavilion at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and the Metamorphosis of the Montreal Insectarium.
Mireille Dion, Lead Senior Technologist
21 years of experience, 16 with the firm
Lead Senior Technologist Mireille Dion has worked on numerous projects at Montreal-Trudeau International Airport since joining the firm in 2006: the major expansion and relocation of the transborder departures sector (2005-2009), the expansion of the international jetty (2012-2016), the Connection Center for Passengers in Transit, the Montreal-Trudeau Airport's major Cityside Development Program (2018-2020), and the REM Airport Station. She has become a front-running resource in the delivery of airport projects thanks to the specialized technical knowledge she has acquired. Interdisciplinary coordination being an integral part of her work, her orderly methodology combined with her calmness, thoroughness and efficiency make her a highly valued person in an often-hectic context where control of documentation and information is paramount.
Olivier Millien, Lead Senior Technologist
26 years of experience, 20 with the firm
With one of the firm's most extensive technical design backgrounds, Lead Senior Technologist Olivier Millien has worked on major healthcare projects such as the final phase of the CHUM's new hospital complex, the Integrated Regional Cancer Center at the Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis and the CHUM Research Center. He is therefore well versed in the specific requirements that apply to institutions dispensing care. He has also participated in transportation and cultural projects —such as the Connection Center for Passengers in Transit at Montreal-Trudeau Airport, the Michal and Renata Hornstein Peace Pavilion at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Gilles-Vigneault Theatre.
Olivier Millien also has solid experience in site supervision, which he put to work on the last phase of the CHUM project. This dual specialization, in execution and in construction site supervision and contract administration, is a major asset in the preparation of plans and specifications as well as contractual documents.
Alain Rolland, Lead Senior Technologist
41 years of experience, 16 with the firm
With over 40 years of experience in architecture, Lead Senior Technologist Alain Rolland is a major asset in the design of large-scale institutional projects, where he brings his expertise and in-depth knowledge of materials and construction techniques to multidisciplinary teams.
He has one of the firm’s greatest technical expertise in building envelope. As the person responsible for the design and execution of envelope details, he takes part in major healthcare projects, which span several years. He participated in the design and execution of the future critical care pavilion of the New hospital complex on the site of the Hôpital de l'Enfant-Jésus, the major expansion and redevelopment project "Investir dans l’Excellence" of the Montreal Heart Institute and the Critical Care Pavilion of the Jewish General Hospital. Other achievements include the Pôle culturel de Chambly and the Laval Campus of the Université de Montréal.
Carolyne Fournier, Lead Senior Technician
19 years of experience, 11 with the firm
Over the past decade, Lead Senior Technician Carolyne Fournier has developed an expertise in the technical design of interior spaces for major hospital projects. As a member of multidisciplinary teams, she has also acquired all the skills required for the efficient planning, organization, development and coordination of plans via BIM (REVIT).
Some of her recent BIM projects include the new hospital complex on the site of the Hôpital de l'Enfant-Jésus, the Mother-Child and Emergency Centre at the Fleurimont Hospital in Sherbrooke and the key system of the New CHUM in downtown Montréal. In the field of transportation, she has participated in the design of the new automated baggage drop-off area at Montreal-Trudeau International Airport.