As a buildings engineer, Marjolaine has more than 20 years’ involvement in a multitude of projects for the construction, refurbishment, and standards upgrading of government, commercial, and industrial buildings. She has extensive experience directing disciplinary and multidisciplinary projects, especially those related to structure, building mechanics, civil engineering, physical security, and telecommunications.
Marjolaine is renowned for her dynamism, efficiency, and availability. As a project director assigned to major mandates, she has had the opportunity to participate in numerous structural projects.
She served as structural and civil engineering project manager for the first redevelopment and expansion project at Quebec City’s Jean Lesage International Airport, conducted in 2008. She is currently involved in the terminal’s further expansion and redevelopment, aimed at responding to the increase in number of terminal passengers. In connection with her many complex achievements, Marjolaine successfully manages services to be rendered by implementing and using building integrated management, as well as efficient coordination and planning, which take into account all disciplines and stakeholders involved in the project.