Marie-Claude Lambert joined Provencher_Roy in 1989. Over the years, she has developed broad architectural experience, applying a teamwork approach and advanced expertise that have led to great versatility in project development. She has also become known for close monitoring and personalized follow-up in each of her mandates, right up to the end.
Marie-Claude has been involved in a number of major projects, showing her influence in programming, design and production. Her museum experience has combined with team spirit and professional rigour to make her a major asset on the Provencher_Roy team. A significant example is her involvement in the recycling of the Mariners’ House and the building of its underground link with the Pointe-à-Callière Museum’s archaeological crypt (2012). Other examples include her contribution to the William Collector Sewer and Fort Ville-Marie project (2017) and, earlier, her work on the prestigious renovation and conversion of Montréal’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
Throughout her career, Marie-Claude has received numerous awards and scholarships, including Québec City’s Mérites d’architecture (2010) for her design work on the Laboratoire d’expertise en pathologie animale du Québec. Her role as a member of the team that worked together to develop the Quartier international de Montréal has also been broadly recognized.