A PASSIONATE TEAM
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Jean-René Larose - Senior associate
eng., P. Eng.,
LEED associate

With his diverse training and experience as an investor and entrepreneur, Mr. Jean-René Larose can put forward solutions and articulate technical answers that allow construction cost optimization as well as respect to the architectural signature.

Mr. Larose masters reinforced concrete and steel structures as well as wooden structures. His creativity and experience represent an added value to building construction projects. He is a leader in innovation and his vast network makes him a multidisciplinary professional.

He was also acknowledged by his peers as judge in the Steel Design Award of Excellence by CISC-Quebec for steel structure, and for his technical contribution to the Cecobois expert committee.

Mr. Larose is environment-minded and has an eye for beautiful things. He is renowned for his ability to bring the architect’s vision to life despite the structural challenges involved.

Mr. Larose is a certified LEED associate and has his licence to practise in Quebec, Ontario, and Alberta.

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Martin Lavictoire - Senior associate
eng., M. A. Sc.

Master’s degree holder in structure and fibre reinforced concrete, Mr. Lavictoire has acquired experience as a designer in the institutional, commercial, industrial, and residential fields.

Mr. Lavictoire worked for over 5 years in the family business specialized in masonry construction, he therefore understands site reality. He takes duty in the respect of inherent restraints to each project while offering efficient and innovative solutions. He adapts to every situation with thoroughness while keeping his ability to compromise.

Of rallying spirit, he values teamwork and collaboration between team members, professionals, and partners. His teaching experience during his postgraduate studies equipped him with the tools to synthesize and vulgarize information, qualities that make communication flow within a project. His involvement is an asset to project management.

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Pascal Cyr - Senior associate
Senior Tech.

It is in 2002 that Mr. Cyr began his career amongst the structure specialized engineer firm Pasquin-St-Jean where he acquired a strong expertise in the field of construction, and rapidly became senior technician on many large-scale projects.

A team player, Mr. Cyr is renowned for his ease in the field of interpersonal relationships, for his sense of priority, for his reliable schedule performance, and for managing multiple projects at a time. His ultimate goal is customer satisfaction and good understanding of deliverables for project completion.

Curious of new methods in the field of consulting engineering, he is particularly interested in the building information modelling (BIM) process and 3D modelling. With no less than 100 modelled and built projects he tries to fully benefit from this innovative working tool.

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Jean-Philippe Carrier - Senior Associate
Ing.

Jean-Philippe Carrier is the recipient of several awards for excellence in structural design, and is distinguished by his involvement in the steel and wood industry.

With numerous years of experience as a structural design engineer in the commercial, industrial and institutional building sector, he has built his expertise by participating in various construction projects of all sizes in several regions of Quebec.

A specialist in seismic analysis, he was mandated and recognized by his peers as a trainer in the development of knowledge for the design of a 5- to 6-storey building with a light wood frame. This development was made possible by complying with the specific requirements of the new construction code while respecting the calculation of the lateral load resistance system of this type of structure.

Mr. Carrier is a structural engineer highly regarded by architects. As a result, he was mandated to carry out the structure of the offices of some of them. A winning collaboration that allowed him to realize the architectural vision while effortlessly building what seemed complicated.

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