Alain Fournier is a founding Partner of EVOQ and leads the firm’s projects that are located north of the 55th parallel. He began his career by managing a number of international projects before setting his choice on the Canadian Arctic. His intent is to actively contribute to the promotion and development of the culture of the Inuit and First Nations.
Alain has extensive knowledge of the challenges and issues that are specific to construction and development in a northern context, within the Aboriginal communities. His involvement in the design of community and cultural facilities, among others, earned him an enviable reputation in these localities. He is recognized for his efforts to translate and express the Native culture and traditions through the built environment.
Alain also manages several renovation and upgrade projects for various private and institutional clients in the Montreal area. Moreover, he acted as President of the Association des Architectes en pratique privée du Québec (AAPPQ) from 2007 to 2010 and is still a member of the association’s board of directors.