The passion she brings to her practice is fueled by her extensive knowledge of global urban planning and design trends.

As design director and head of Lemay’s urban planning and design studio, Audrey is responsible for major development projects for institutional, private and municipal clients. She integrates the principles of sustainable development and heritage enhancement into her projects by applying creative and efficient methods.

Audrey excels in the design of innovative built environments by producing master plans and accompanying architects, developers and public institutions in the project design process. Her keen understanding of current urban issues such as ecological transitions, sensitive urban densification, transportation networks and heritage allows her to combine sensitivity with innovation in her concepts. 

As part of Lemay’s transdisciplinary team, she participated in the master plan for the Bassins du Havre, which received an honourable mention at the Canadian Institute of Planners’ Awards for Planning Excellence in the urban design category. She also took part in the creation of the master plan for the Quartier des Lumières, which received the Award of Merit from the Canadian Institute of Planners in 2020.


Quebec City’s Eastern Shoreline Master Plan

Bassins du Havre

Quartier des Lumières

Place Vauquelin restoration

Hubert Reeves eco-campus

Pôle Therrien Master Plan