CONFERENCE 802 - LES DÉFIS DE LA MODERNISATION DU MÉTRO DE MONTRÉAL
During the initial phases of a project, a manager must take into account how different existing requirements must be integrated into said project. The Montreal Metro, with each of its stations exhibiting a rich cultural heritage (“One station, one architect”), is a perfect example of the many complex issues a project manager can be faced with.
Through tried-and-true as well as creative examples, our speaker, Mrs. Sonia Vibert, will present different intervention strategies necessary to outlining project content at the STM, thus demonstrating how a manager must sometimes think outside the box in order to ensure a project’s success.
Sonia Vibert is a PMP and architect working on large-scale projects. As the Director of Studies at the Société de transport de Montréal, she outlines and plans projects all the while ensuring their administrative approval. She has a master’s degree in Conservation of Built Heritage and has accumulated nearly 20 years of experience in construction, including her years in the public sector as a project manager for the City of Montreal for large-scale projects and as head of architecture at the STM. She values heritage conservation and harmonious city planning. She is active in implementing best practices in project management.