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Date : March 28, 2019
Time : Starting at 5:00 pm 
Place :  Collège de Bois-de-Boulogne, 10555, avenue de Bois-de-Boulogne,
Montréal, H4N 1L4 – Hubert Reeves Room (itinéraire)

Free parking: Exceptionally, in connection with our event, at the Saint-Paul Pavilion of the College of Bois-de-Boulogne parking
in spaces 1, 2, 3 and 4 on the map will be free on March 28 from 5 pm.


Tarifs : $30 + taxes (SCMA and ExcelCieArt members) | $50 + taxes (non-members) // Snacks and one drink per person

The conference will be in 2 parts:

1) Presentation by Mr. Maurice Landry:
The transformation of the Olympic Park and the different projects realization modes

Since 2014, as part of its revival, the Olympic Park has implemented several significant projects such as the renovation and upgrading of the Tower, the refurbishment of the Sports Center and the project to improve energy efficiency. In addition, there is the major project to replace the current Stadium roof. Each of these projects has commissioned a different embodiment.

The presentation will focus on these embodiments, be they traditional, design-build, design-build-finance-and-maintain, or stewardship, and the rationale for using each. of these modes. It will also be an opportunity to witness the changes made to the Olympic Park, a major asset for Montreal and Quebec.


Mr. Landry is a mechanical engineer graduated from the École de technologie supérieure and also certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He has over 34 years of experience in different fields. He has worked overseas at the beginning of his career (Africa) and in the manufacturing sector for 20 years as a trainer and consultant in productivity improvement. He has led a team of specialists in this field for 10 years.

In 2008, he joined the project team for the replacement of Montreal metro cars where he led engineering studies related to car maintenance facilities.

Since 2013, he is Vice President Construction and Maintenance at Olympic Park. He leads the engineering, project management and maintenance team while providing guidance on asset enhancements and maintenance.

He is responsible for recent transformations at the Olympic Park where he led the renovation of the Sports Center, the project to improve energy efficiency, the lease and renovation of the Montreal Tower and the replacement of the roof of the Olympic Stadium. . Finally, it is worth mentioning that he is the winner of the Project Manager of the Year Award in 2018, awarded by the Montreal-based Project Management Institute.


2) Presentation by Mr. Mathieu Charbonneau:
CargoM: Gather, Collaborate, Coordinate and promote Greater Montreal's hub.

CargoM's vision is to make Greater Montreal a multimodal platform recognized and sought after for its operational and environmental performance, for its contribution to the competitiveness of its business partners and to the economic development of the Greater Montréal area and Quebec.


Mathieu Charbonneau holds a BA in Urban and Social Geography from the Université de Québec à Montréal (UQAM) and an MBA from UQAM’s School of Management Sciences. After teaching geography at Collège de Maisonneuve, he joined the Association Québécoise du Transport et des Routes (AQTr) in 2004 as Technical Director.

In 2007, he became Director of TransForm, the AQTR Training Centre, and then became the Assistant General Manager of AQTr in 2009. In December 2012, Mr. Charbonneau was appointed Executive Director of the Logistics and Transportation Metropolitan Cluster of Montreal, CargoM. He sits on a number of committees, including Greater Montreal’s municipal (CCM) committees on urban mobility and employment and was recently appointed to the Multisector Strategic Taskforce of the Palais des Congrès of Montreal.





Date limite d'inscription : March 22, 2019