Maxime has over 20 years of chemistry and engineering experience, particularly related to water treatment. He holds a degree in chemistry and a Master’s in civil engineering for water treatment systems. A member of our Process Mechanics team, Maxime specializes in the design of water treatment chains, and ozone generation and contact systems. In addition, his expertise includes the design of chemical product dosing and storage systems as well as process instrumentation and controls.
Maxime’s involvement in projects ranges from the study phases to financial analyses and preliminary designs. He significantly contributes to the design of process controls and water balancing simulations, which are required prior to works being carried out in drinking water plants. His noteworthy achievements include the design and pre-purchasing of ozonation equipment for the City of Montreal’s future wastewater disinfection project at the Jean-R. Marcotte plant (the highest ozone generation capacity in the world), the implementation of new interozonation chains at the Chomedey (Laval), Hull (Gatineau) and Drummondville drinking water plants, the development of a patent, and the execution of corrosion studies and investigations into equipment defects.
Maxime is rigorous and passionate about his work. Always on the lookout for new technological advances in his field, he has helped more than 40 clients select the right equipment for their projects.