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Major Projects Strategic Forum

Major projects that redefine the image of the metropolis Events The speech will be presented mainly in French.
Forum infrastructures

Celebrate the city’s large-scale projects by participating in the 12th edition of the Major Projects Strategic Forum on March 23.

Learn more about new land development projects, changes to the cities iconic sites and institutions, and structuring initiatives for Greater Montréal’s features like the reconfiguration of the Royal Vic and the Olympic Park.

Participate in this Strategic Forum and:

  • Learn about exclusive infrastructure and housing projects in Greater Montréal
  • Find business opportunities
  • Network with political decision-makers and businesspeople from all industries in Montréal

Come discover how Montréal’s major projects will transform the city’s landscape!

Buy your tickets

Overview of the program:

7:30 a.m.: registration, breakfast and networking
8 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.: presentations
12:15 p.m. to 1 p.m.: networking lunch

Program:

Ask your questions to the speakers

7:30 am - Inscription, breakfast et networking

8 am - Opening remarks and introduction

  • Michel LeblancPresident and CEO
    Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal
  • Martin CoiteuxMinister of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy
    Minister of Public Security
    Minister responsible for the Montréal region
  • Valérie PlanteMayor of Montréal
    President
    Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal

PART I – Innovative projects to reorganize the city

8:40 am - The REM, a project anchored in the metropolis' living environments

  • Virginie CousineauDirector, Public Affairs
    CDPQ Infra
  • Daniel ArbourPartner
    Lemay

8:55 am - A vision of the future: intergenerational living spaces

  • Réal BouclinFounding President and CEO
    Réseau Sélection

9:10 am - Technopole Angus: the neighbourhood’s renaissance continues

9:25 am - The ÉTS campus - A living environment in the heart of Griffintown

  • Jean BelzileDirector of Strategic and Resource Development
    ÉTS
    Presentation (4 Mb)
  • Francine VerrierDirector of Alumni & Community Relations
    ÉTS

9:40 am - Broccolini takes downtown Montréal by storm

9:55 am - Question period

10:05 am - Break and networking

PART II – Structuring initiatives to distinguish the city

10:30 am - Parc olympique: De elapsa, cursa et postera

  • Michel LabrecquePresident and CEO
    Parc olympique

10:50 am - MR-63: an iconic project as a competitive advantage for Montréal

  • Étienne Morin-BordeleauCo-founder
    MR-63 and Station F-MR

    Presentation (5 Mb)
  • Frédéric Morin-BordeleauCo-founder
    MR-63 and Station F-MR

11:05 am - The Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Montreal

  • Claude MarcotteExecutive Vice President and Partner
    Carbonleo

11:20 am - Rethinking, reimagining, reinventing the New Vic: an opportunity for McGill, Montréal, Quebec and the world

  • Yves Beauchamp, C.Q., FACG, Eng., Ph.D.Vice-Principal, Administration and Finance
    McGill University

    Presentation (327 Mb)

11:35 am - Question period

PART III – A new vision for the Montréal of tomorrow

11:45 am - Shaping a Neighbourhood Through Real Estate Development: The Story of Griffintown's Great Construction Site

  • Laurence VincentCo-President
    Groupe Prével

12 pm - Panel: Architecture and major projects: for a distinctive image of the city

  • Anne CarrierArchitect
    Anne Carrier architecture
  • Annie LebelPrincipal and Associate Senior Architect
    in situ atelier d’architecture
  • Claude ProvencherArchitect, Senior Partner, Co-founder
    Provencher_Roy
  • Anik ShoonerArchitect, Senior Partner and President
    Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes
Panel moderated by:
  • Natalie VolandPresident
    Gestion Immobilière Quo Vadis

12:25 pm - Propelling the metropolis

  • Véronique DoucetDirector, Economic Development Department
    Ville de Montréal
  • Josée ChiassonDirector, Economic Clusters Development, Economic Development Department
    Ville de Montréal

12:40 pm - Question period

12:50 pm - Closing speech: Real estate is transforming the world

  • Jean LaurinPresident and Chief Executive Officer
    Devencore

1 pm - End of the Forum

Prices

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Contact et informations

By phone:

514 871-4001

For more information

Matthieu Csernel
Cross-Division Project Manager
514 871-4000, ext. 4032
mcsernel@ccmm.ca

No reservations, cancellations or refunds after the registration deadline. Participant substitutions are accepted at no extra charge until the event is held. Please note that only cancellation notices sent by email at reservations@ccmm.ca will be accepted.

Location

New City Gas

950 Ottawa Street
Montréal, Québec
H3C 1S4

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Celebrate the city’s large-scale projects by participating in the 12th edition of the Major Projects Strategic Forum on March 23.

Learn more about new land development projects, changes to the cities iconic sites and institutions, and structuring initiatives for Greater Montréal’s features like the reconfiguration of the Royal Vic and the Olympic Park.

Participate in this Strategic Forum and:

  • Learn about exclusive infrastructure and housing projects in Greater Montréal
  • Find business opportunities
  • Network with political decision-makers and businesspeople from all industries in Montréal

Come discover how Montréal’s major projects will transform the city’s landscape!

Buy your tickets

Overview of the program:

7:30 a.m.: registration, breakfast and networking
8 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.: presentations
12:15 p.m. to 1 p.m.: networking lunch

Program:

Ask your questions to the speakers

7:30 am - Inscription, breakfast et networking

8 am - Opening remarks and introduction

  • Michel LeblancPresident and CEO
    Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal
  • Martin CoiteuxMinister of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy
    Minister of Public Security
    Minister responsible for the Montréal region
  • Valérie PlanteMayor of Montréal
    President
    Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal

PART I – Innovative projects to reorganize the city

8:40 am - The REM, a project anchored in the metropolis' living environments

  • Virginie CousineauDirector, Public Affairs
    CDPQ Infra
  • Daniel ArbourPartner
    Lemay

8:55 am - A vision of the future: intergenerational living spaces

9:10 am - Technopole Angus: the neighbourhood’s renaissance continues

9:25 am - The ÉTS campus - A living environment in the heart of Griffintown

  • Jean BelzileDirector of Strategic and Resource Development
    ÉTS
    Presentation (4 Mb)
  • Francine VerrierDirector of Alumni & Community Relations
    ÉTS

9:40 am - Broccolini takes downtown Montréal by storm

9:55 am - Question period

10:05 am - Break and networking

PART II – Structuring initiatives to distinguish the city

10:30 am - Parc olympique: De elapsa, cursa et postera

  • Michel LabrecquePresident and CEO
    Parc olympique

10:50 am - MR-63: an iconic project as a competitive advantage for Montréal

  • Étienne Morin-BordeleauCo-founder
    MR-63 and Station F-MR

    Presentation (5 Mb)
  • Frédéric Morin-BordeleauCo-founder
    MR-63 and Station F-MR

11:05 am - The Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Montreal

11:20 am - Rethinking, reimagining, reinventing the New Vic: an opportunity for McGill, Montréal, Quebec and the world

  • Yves Beauchamp, C.Q., FACG, Eng., Ph.D.Vice-Principal, Administration and Finance
    McGill University

    Presentation (327 Mb)

11:35 am - Question period

PART III – A new vision for the Montréal of tomorrow

11:45 am - Shaping a Neighbourhood Through Real Estate Development: The Story of Griffintown's Great Construction Site

  • Laurence VincentCo-President
    Groupe Prével

12 pm - Panel: Architecture and major projects: for a distinctive image of the city

  • Anne CarrierArchitect
    Anne Carrier architecture
  • Annie LebelPrincipal and Associate Senior Architect
    in situ atelier d’architecture
  • Claude ProvencherArchitect, Senior Partner, Co-founder
    Provencher_Roy
  • Anik ShoonerArchitect, Senior Partner and President
    Menkès Shooner Dagenais LeTourneux Architectes
Panel moderated by:
  • Natalie VolandPresident
    Gestion Immobilière Quo Vadis

12:25 pm - Propelling the metropolis

  • Véronique DoucetDirector, Economic Development Department
    Ville de Montréal
  • Josée ChiassonDirector, Economic Clusters Development, Economic Development Department
    Ville de Montréal

    Presentation (5 Mb)

12:40 pm - Question period

12:50 pm - Closing speech: Real estate is transforming the world

  • Jean LaurinPresident and Chief Executive Officer
    Devencore

1 pm - End of the Forum

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