Lemay is proud to introduce sustainable development specialist, Hugo Lafrance, LEED AP BD+C and O+M, as a new member of its team. Mr. Lafrance joins Lemay’s sustainable development team, which has the mission to support all project teams in their efforts to design sustainable living environments.
Over the last 10 years, Mr. Lafrance has been fine tuning his expertise in sustainable solutions for built environment. During this period, he cofounded Ecotactiques, an independent sustainable building consultation firm, and worked collaboratively with numerous architects. He has successfully performed various mandates including environmental analyses of construction products, sustainable building projects consultation, as well as training workshops.
Among Hugo Lafrance’s achievements are a dozen LEED certified projects, which he coordinated, such as the LEED Gold-CFER des Chênes building in Drummondville. The transport industry also benefited from his expertise, especially in the expansion of RTC’s Metrobus Centre in Quebec City and in the construction of Waskaganish’s new airport terminal. He also led the LEED coordination for the ETS’
student residence (phase 4).
In addition to be president of the Communications Committee for the Quebec division of the Canada Green Building Council, Hugo Lafrance is also a member of the International Living Future Institute, the Centre d’écologie urbaine de Montréal, CRE Montreal, and GaïaPresse.