Marc Choquette

Architect, Associate - Project Director
Marc Choquette

With extensive management experience, Marc is known for his ability to build and successfully deploy powerful, synergistic teams with multidisciplinary backgrounds

Marc Choquette has returned to Lemay after occupying strategic design roles on the two highest-profile healthcare projects in Montreal history: the downtown Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM), a $1.98-billion, 772-bed hospital complex, and the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC), a 350,000 m2, 500-bed hospital complex. He served as design leader and construction director, respectively.

 

Marc is now Lemay’s project director on one of North America’s largest public transportation projects, Montreal’s new $6.3-billion Réseau Express Métropolitain (REM). With extensive project management experience, Marc is known for his ability to build and successfully deploy powerful, synergistic teams with multidisciplinary backgrounds – a coveted skill finely honed through close to three decades in the industry. He is greatly appreciated by his collaborators for his effective communication and problem-solving skills.