Marie-Ève CaronCollaborator, Architect OAQ
Marie-Ève Caron obtained her bachelor’s in architecture from McGill University. She has worked in the field for over 25 years, including 10 with Provencher_Roy. She assumes the roles of project manager and assistant project manager, with involvement in all phases of project development – from design to site supervision – including preliminaries, production, and drafting of expertise reports.
Specialized in the transportation field, Marie-Ève collaborated as assistant project manager on the Centre Crémazie project mandated by the Société de transport de Montréal (STM) for the reconstruction of a multipurpose complex housing, among other facilities, bus repair workshops and training and distribution centres. Marie-Ève occupied the same role on the Réseau express métropolitain (REM) project and construction of 2 maintenance and storage centres on the South Shore and Deux-Montagnes lines for the deployment of this new light rapid transit system. This project also included the major transformation of spaces at Montréal’s Gare Centrale to accommodate a new REM station.
As a multidisciplinary professional with unparalleled planning skills, Marie-Ève is an essential player in her field.