Martine Tremblay

Partner, Architect, OAQ, MRAIC, LEED AP C+CB

A partner since 2010, Martine Tremblay has acquired over 35 years of experience as an architect, twenty-some within the firm. Drawing on her strengths as team lead on numerous large-scale projects, Martine Tremblay  is recognized for the versatility of her expertise and her project team management approach. Her participation in many multidisciplinary creations with mixed-use vocations highlights her exceptional programming competencies (particularly in the museum sector: National Gallery of Canada, 2002; Centre d’histoire de Montréal, 2019); and redevelopment, modernization, reconversion of buildings (Casino de Montréal, 1993; Atwater filtration plant, 2016; Carré Saint-Laurent, 2019); and sustainable development projects. In addition, since 2007, she has been part of the Canada Green Building Council.

Since 2005, her creative, administrative, and technical savvy have been conveyed in the quality of hospital architecture, on a municipal, regional, and international level (regional university military hospitals in Algeria; Centre hospitalier de Granby Emergency department, 2009). She has particularly enriched the field through her roles as project manager for the Growing Up Healthy – CHU Sainte-Justine Research Centre, awarded the Architecture MasterPrize (Healthcare Architecture category) in 2018; and for the Lachine Hospital expansion and redevelopment. Martine’s calm demeanour and unifying qualities make her an exemplary mentor and leader.