Inspired by large-scale projects such as James Bay, aluminum smelters, and institutional projects, Luc specializes in EPCM electro-mechanical projects as well as turn-key projects. A mechanical engineer and expert in design and project management, he directs and coordinates multidisciplinary teams on contracts in the areas of energy, health, biotechnology research, and water and wastewater treatment plants.
Luc enjoys challenges such as those required through mastery of new measures and standards to reduce the ecological footprints of buildings. With his team, he applies his expertise by promoting integrated designs and encouraging energy savings.
Luc particularly stood out in connection with the relocation of the cross-border departure sector at Montreal’s Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau International Airport. This project included construction of a 60,000-square-metre building, comprising three floors of underground parking, a baggage room, and a departure area for cross-border flights, for a total area of 36,000 square metres.
Luc’s prediction is that solar energy and home automation will increasingly become a future field of endeavour for which our expertise in energy efficiency, telemetry, and automation will be called upon more and more. Among other things, home automation enables remote building management.