Éric Moutquin joined the EVOQ in 2003 after earning a Master’s degree in architecture from Université de Montréal. He soon immersed himself in the challenging realm of Inuit and First Nations development. Under the tutelage of founding partner, Alain Fournier, Éric developed the same passion for the work at hand as his mentor and would continue to hone his skills in applying architectural principles to very unique cultural projects. Working in complex conditions affected by weather, logistics, politics and cultural understanding, Éric’s analytical, organizational and leadership skills earned him an appointment as Senior Associate in 2014.
Éric plays a critical role in the development of EVOQ’s projects in Inuit and First Nations communities. His versatile abilities and multifaceted professional experience have left a lasting impression on a portfolio that includes the Kuujjuaq Air Terminal (certified LEED© Silver), the development of row-houses for the Kativik Regional Government, the Inukjuak Youth Rehabilitation Centre for Girls and multiple interventions at the Raglan Mine’s Katinniq complex. He is known as a team player within the firm who values the unique attributes of each contributor, positioning him well to carry forward the legacy of a firm dedicated to leveraging great talent.