Audrey Bergeron

Collaborator, Architect, OAQ

Audrey Bergeron obtained her master’s in architecture from Université Laval in 2006. She has worked in the field for 15 years, 11 of which with Provencher_Roy. Upon graduating, she immediately specialized in the development of interiors in the health care sector. As a conceptual designer, she collaborates at various project phases, such as the planning of interior ambiance and clinical spaces.

For the “Investing in Excellence” project at the Montreal Heart Institute, Audrey contributed to the development of public spaces and interior design, and of 2 levels of emergency and intensive care spaces. At the Hôpital du Sacré-Coeur-de-Montréal (awarded a Health care / Wellness Architecture MasterPrize in 2022), Audrey was also involved in the layout development of the Endoscopy and Intensive Care departments, and in developing the interior ambiance of the Trauma Centre, Mother-Child Unit, and Endoscopy Department. As part of the Advocate Architect team, she also collaborated on the Hôpital Vaudreuil-Soulanges project, demonstrating her expertise in clinical design.

Gifted in anticipating future needs and requirements, Audrey is also recognized for her teamwork abilities, proactivity, and ability to actively listen to clients’ needs.