Early in his career, Martin stood out by handling major issues such as the development of energy efficiency programs for Hydro-Québec and the standing offer at IREQ, Hydro-Québec’s research institute. Motivated by the need to innovate and continually improve his work, he strives to establish greater cooperation between clients and contractors.
Martin is involved in public-private partnership (P3) projects. He constantly adapts the practices developed in project management through systematic adoption of the most recent PMBOK recommendations. These provide better management of client expectations while simplifying the coordination of tasks among the designers and contractors.
In the years following 2000, Martin took part in the 360 Network project for the construction and modification of telecommunications power plant networks in preparation for the introduction of optical fiber. This project formed the foundations of today’s cellular and Internet telephony services architecture from one end of the country to the other.