Anik Mandalian joined Provencher_Roy in 2003 and has since been an invaluable partner and project manager. In addition to her extensive experience in all phases, from design to execution, she has honed peerless skills in team management and knows how to build work relations that are harmonious, productive and based on mutual trust with our clients. She is also the partner responsible for the development of the BIM process at Provencher_Roy.
Anik has steered numerous major projects for the firm, mandates involving a high degree of technical complexity, important constraints and leading-edge features. Among these, she was project manager on projects involving detention facilities, and participated in the design and execution of major projects in the institutional, university, transportation infrastructure and health sectors. She is currently project manager for the restoration of the outer envelope of the Montréal Tower and the bringing up to standards of its leased spaces.
Many of the achievements to which she has contributed have earned peer recognition, such as the Quebec Animal Pathology Laboratory, which won the “Mérites d’architecture” award from Québec City in 2010, and the Établissement de détention Sorel-Tracy, a Private-Public Partnership success story that won a P3 Gold Award in 2015.