Alain Compéra

Senior Partner,
Architect
OAQ, IRAC, M.SC.A.

Alain Compéra

Senior Partner,
Architect
OAQ, IRAC, M.SC.A.

Expertise

Alain Compéra has been with Provencher_Roy since its founding in 1983, and became a partner in 1993. An invaluable member of the firm, he has played an important role in its growth and success and has participated in numerous innovative projects that have built his reputation, such as the World Trade Centre Montréal. As well, he was the one who oversaw, from 1997 to 2008, the implementation of the ISO 2001:2008 system that today constitutes an integral element of the firm’s work processes, which are known for their rigour and excellence.

Alain has honed his skills on large-scale projects and developed specialized expertise in the fields of sports facilities and transportation infrastructure. He is known as a talented designer of prestigious sports facilities. Over the years, these have included Stade Saputo, several expansions of Tennis Canada’s Uniprix Stadium, and the Montréal Canadiens’ Bell Sports Complex. In addition, he has led numerous major projects, notably for Aéroports de Montréal, a client of the firm for nearly 20 years for which Alain has provided guidance on no fewer than 30 mandates that have varied in type, scale and scope. A most versatile individual, he is totally and holistically involved in the architectural process, from the design phase through to execution.

Committed to Provencher_Roy’s vision of excellence, ambition and sustainability in architecture, Alain Compéra has garnered several distinctions over the course of his career, including a number of prestigious awards. He is passionately involved in Québec’s architecture community, often contributing to it as a critic and lecturer.