Eric joined EVOQ in 2001 and has been an Associate since 2009. He brings a wide-ranging experience in institutional, commercial and residential projects of all scales to EVOQ’s heritage conservation team. His technical expertise and project management qualifications have allowed him to lead many heritage restorations and new construction projects, from the pre-design phase through design development and into construction contract administration.
Eric’s recent projects include the envelope rehabilitation scope for the Wellington Building project in Ottawa; the restoration and upgrading of the auditorium at F.A.C.E. School in Montreal; and the management of the traditional roofing and exterior masonry restoration scope of the St. Thomas Courthouse project, in Ontario.
Ernest-Cormier Building (Quebec Court of Appeal)