Provencher_Roy is pleased to announce the appointment of Claude Bourbeau as President.
Initially a partner at Beauchamp Roy in 1989, then at Beauchamp Bourbeau architectes in 1994, Claude Bourbeau joined Provencher_Roy as an architect and principal partner in 2005. He has since worked on some of the most important public sector projects in Québec, notably in the public safety, health and education sectors.
In 2021, Claude Bourbeau was appointed alongside Roch Cayouette, Sonia Gagné and Benoit Laforest, to the management team representing the succession of the architectural practice’s co-founder, the late Claude Provencher.
Claude Bourbeau possesses a particular sensitivity to sustainable development issues. He has developed an unparalleled expertise in the design of innovative projects and is now an expert in the field of sustainable buildings. He will be working to further strengthen the firm’s commitment to the sustainable development of spaces.
With the support of the new management team, Claude Bourbeau will carry on and develop the initial vision of the founders, Claude Provencher and Michel Roy, by promoting excellence in design while fostering the firm’s growth and multidisciplinarity.
Claude Bourbeau is a graduate in architecture from the Université de Montréal.