OTTAWA, Ont. Transport Minister Jean-C. Lapierre today announced the appointment of Normand Brochu, engineer of Baie-Comeau, Quebec to the board of directors of the Federal Bridge Corporation Limited.
“I am pleased that Brochu has agreed to serve as a member of the board of the Federal Bridge Corporation Limited,” said Lapierre. “His professional experience will be an asset to the corporation.”
Brochu graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from l’Universit de Montral and a bachelor of applied science degree in civil engineering from l’Universit de Sherbrooke. He is a member of l’Ordre des ingnieurs du Qubec. He has worked for Lemieux, Royer, Donaldson Fields et associs and for Tremblay, Deschnes Vigneault et associs inc. He also worked for the city of Baie-Comeau as the director of public works, technical services and planning. Brochu has been a member of many associations and administrative boards, including the Centre hospitalier rgional de Baie Comeau, la Rgie rgionale and the Association des hpitaux du Qubec. He is currently president of the Cgep de Baie-Comeau and the Office municipal d’habitation du Qubec.
The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited and its subsidiary organizations engage in a range of activities to ensure that the bridges, tunnels, roadways and other structures under their control are safe, modern, efficient, environmentally sound and well maintained.
Incorporated in 1998, the Federal Bridge Corporation Limited is responsible for the Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc., the Seaway International Bridge Corporation Ltd. and the management of the Canadian half of the Thousand Islands International Bridge and the Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge.
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