Guillaume Beaudoin

Collaborator, Architect, OAQ

Guillaume Beaudoin has acquired 20 years of experience as an architect, including 15 with BBBL and Provencher_Roy. Excelling in the education and health care fields, but also in the refurbishment of heritage buildings, Guillaume is involved in various aspects of a project – from production and site supervision to the development of tools and standards.

Noteworthy projects he has worked on include the Reception Pavilion – Parcours Gouin for Ville de Montréal, a net-zero energy building for which he designed the envelope and worked on site supervision. This project was the recipient of 2 awards: the Prix d’excellence en architecture, Sustainable Development Category awarded by the OAQ (2019), and the Inova Award (2017). Guillaume also collaborated on the paved forecourt revamping of the Palais de Justice de Montréal, as project manager and site supervision manager.

Guillaume has earned the admiration of his peers for his versatility, perseverance, synthesis abilities, and global vision of projects offering insight into better anticipating requirements and risks.