As a specialist in highway infrastructures, Annik serves as discipline lead, project manager, and coordinator of the design teams. She acts on major highway projects essential to maintaining and developing the quality of life of communities.
Active in the transportation sector for close to 20 years, Annik has worked for major public works contractors—including the Quebec Ministry of Transportation (MTQ), the Metropolitan Transportation Agency (AMT), Public Works and Government Services Canada, and Aéroports de Montréal, as well as many municipalities—on projects located throughout the province. She has been involved in several major highway projects, both for the construction of new infrastructures, and for the refurbishment and maintenance of existing structures.
Annik takes part in all stages of a project’s life cycle, thus ensuring the overall coordination of work teams responsible for preliminary studies, the preparation of plans and specifications, and works supervision.
Her contribution as an independent engineer on the new Champlain Bridge corridor project sees Annik working on one of North America’s most important infrastructures, over which 59.4 million vehicles travel annually. Annik has also applied her expertise in Montreal’s Turcot Interchange redevelopment venture, for a portion of the project carried out in traditional mode, and for the technical proposal in design-build mode.