Bachelor of Architecture, Université Laval, Quebec City, 1983
After earning a degree in architecture from the Université Laval in 1983, she worked with small firms before joining, for over 15 years, two large offices where she planned, designed, and directed large-scale projects. She became Pierre Corriveau’s associate in 2001 and thus contributed to the evolution of the developing office, which was founded in 1995. Her portfolio includes several major hospital projects such as the Master Plan for the Jewish General Hospital and the pre-concept design of the CHUM, the execution of the Centre hospitalier Pierre LeGardeur, the design of the Centre hospitalier de Trois-Rivières, the Centre of Excellence for Cellular Therapy of the Hôpital Maisonneuve-Rosemont and the Emergency Unit of the Hôpital LaSalle. She is also interested in more modest projects, which she treats with the same concern for detail. To her credit are such achievements as the Society for Arts and Technology, the Centre de réadaptation Constance Lethbridge and numerous residences of refined quality.
She also has some little hobbies…