Anthony has over 25 years’ experience as an expert in building electricity, electrical distribution, automation, and roadway lighting. He has worked on a multitude of large-scale projects for industrial, institutional, and commercial clients, as well as for numerous municipalities.
Anthony enjoys defining upstream designs and implementing practical solutions together with his team. Among other ventures, Anthony has participated in several public-private partnership projects including construction of the Highway 25 bridge in Montreal, development of the Quartier des Spectacles entertainment district in downtown Montreal, and the independent engineer mandate for the construction of the new Champlain Bridge.
Always prepared for the toughest technical challenges, Anthony has designed electrical systems with high added value, particularly in the port sector during the implementation of new safety measures at the Port of Montreal, for the installation of radiation portal monitors at three ports across Canada, and for electrical power supply to cruise ships at Montreal’s Old Port.
Anthony foresees an interesting evolution in the industry’s needs in the coming years, primarily in terms of the overall conversion of conventional public lighting to incandescent light emitting diode (LED) lighting. He also believes that public safety concerns will play an increasingly important role in connection with electrical equipment and facilities.
Anthony is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES).