INFRA Congress 2015 - November 30 to December 2

Bannière INFRA 2015

This year’s conference, which will focus on the theme of Putting Infrastructure Front and Centre  in Public Spaces, will welcome 1,500 engineers, technicians, decision-makers, managers, researchers and urban planners from a wide range of backgrounds to share experiences and work together to find solutions. 

Take advantage of this opportunity to put your leading-edge expertise, products, services, case studies or technological innovations in the spotlight for top industry players to discover. Send us your proposal by June 1, 2015, for a front-row seat to the action. 

Putting Infrastructure Front and Centre in Public Space

As the urban landscape changes, solutions to optimize municipal infrastructure are among the primary ways cities have to enhance their facilities. Infrastructure is key to maintaining a level of service in line with users’ expectations and adhering to the principles of sustainable development. 

Every day, influenced by densification, the requalification of the built environment and technological advances, elected officials, managers, specialists and contractors invest in solutions to meet the challenges related to sound municipal asset management. Whether it involves water, transportation, energy, telecommunications or other systems, the issues at hand are often complex and multifaceted and the available budgets to address them, limited. To achieve their goals, it is vital to adapt infrastructure to increasingly dense and urbanized environments by implementing asset management strategies. As a result, specialists can maximize the value of their infrastructure network by evaluating their condition and considering the associated risks over their entire life cycle: construction, operation, maintenance, rehabilitation and renewal. They will have the possibility of taking all of these assets into account to invest at a strategic time and adopt innovative solutions using high-performance techniques and materials. They will also ensure the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of their efforts by maintaining an acceptable level of service over the short, medium and long term. 

Honorary Speaker, Régis Labeaume, Mayor of Quebec

It is with pride that we welcome Mr. Régis Labeaume, Mayor of Quebec, as honorary Speaker of INFRA 2015! For the occasion, he has agreed to come to address the participants at the luncheon of the opening day of Monday 30 November.

In numbers







the development of knowledge and know-how on an ongoing basis
the multidisciplinary expertise of decision-makers, engineers, planners, managers, researchers and technicians 
the efforts of specialists in Quebec to foster sound infrastructure management 
various innovative networks together


80% municipal infrastructure specialists: managers, engineers, urban planners and technicians 
15% government representatives: elected officials, policy-makers and civil servants 
5% academic stakeholders: university professors, researchers and students


Engineers, technicians, decision-makers, managers, researchers and urban planners from a wide range of backgrounds to share experiences and work together to find solutions.


Sustainable urban development
Road infrastructure
Surface infrastructure
Civil engineering structures
Road safety, signage and traffic management
Municipal asset management
Underground infrastructure
Water management
Urban public utilities


  • Alexandre Beaupré, ing., IGF Vigilance
  • Louise Babineau, Ville de Québec
  • Pierre Berté, Sintra
  • Nathalie Bleau, Ouranos
  • Jean-François Dubuc, ing.,Ville de Montréal
  • Sophie Duchesne, ing., INRS ETE
  • Christian Fallu, ing., Ambassadeur du CERIU
  • Pascale Fortin, ing., Ville de Longueuil
  • Benoit Grondin, ing., Aqua Data
  • Éric Lalonde, ing., Maxxum Gestion des actifs
  • Pascale Lacasse, ministère des Transports du Québec
  • Florian Lafage, ing., Association des constructeurs de routes et grands travaux du Québec
  • Pierre Lefèvre, ing., Gaz Métro
  • Janick Lemay, ing., BPR Infrastructure
  • Henri Madjar, ing., Ambassadeur du CERIU
  • Daniel Lessard, ing., Ville de Québec
    Président du comité organisateur
  • Pascal Lacasse, Ministère des Transports du Québec
  • Joseph Loiacono, ing., Ambassadeur du CERIU
  • Geneviève Pelletier, Université Laval
  • Anna Polito,ing., Ville de Dollard-des-Ormeaux
  • Sylvain Roy, ing., Ville de Montréal
  • Piero Salvo, ing., Game Consultants
  • Michèle St-Jacques, ing., École de technologie supérieure
    Responsable des comités techniques
  • Lila Touahria, ing., Ville de Montréal
  • Michel Toutant, Ville de Laval
  • Caroline Verreault, ing., MAMOT
  • Sandra Gelly, ing., Game Consultants
  • Pierre Gauthier, ing., Consultant