Geneviève Bouley

Partner, Architect OAQ

Partner architect and senior project manager Geneviève Bouley has acquired 19 years of experience in architecture, including 15 years with the firm. She leads teams from pre-project to final execution phases, for complex infrastructure mandates, such as the McTavish Pumping Station upgrade for Ville de Montréal, which she has steered since the feasibility study stage. In addition, through her involvement on a multiplicity of specifications, estimates, and functional and technical program mandates, she has become an intermediary of choice for engineering and site supervision teams, due to her in-depth specialized knowledge of the construction process.

Geneviève’s energy and strong ability to take initiatives, in addition to her efficiency in coordinating multidisciplinary teams, enable her to navigate an impressive variety of projects, particularly in the health care, office space and administration buildings, and transportation fields. Furthermore, through her renewed contributions to numerous detention centre projects for the Société immobilière du Québec (Montréal Detention Centre) and Public Services and Procurement Canada (Canada Border Services Agency in Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle), she has developed exclusive expertise in architectural interventions with heightened security requirements. In collaboration with principal partner architect and studio director Claude Bourbeau, she collaborates on developing and devising best practices guides, which are published by the Ministère de la Sécurité publique du Québec and destined for functional and technical programming managers in the detention centre realm.