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Cyril Pujol

INTERMEDIATE
ARCHITECT OAQ

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
Master of Architecture in Conservation of the Built Environment, Université de Montréal, Montréal, 2015-2016

Bachelor of Science in Architecture, University of Montreal, Montreal, 2012-2015

Brevet de Technicien Supérieur Conception de Produits Industriel, Lycée P.P. Riquet, Toulouse, 1997-1999

AWARDS
Dean’s List of the Faculty of Planning Master’s Degree, Montreal, 2016

Recipient of the Provencher_Roy Excellence Scholarship, 2015

Dean’s Honour List, Faculty of Environmental Design B.A. Degree, Montreal, 2015

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
5 years in the field of architecture

QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFILE

With a keen interest in heritage, Cyril seeks to understand how any new project, whatever its scale, can fit into its social and built environment. For him, the existing, whether it is a site or a building, comes with its past that saw it born and evolve. Its present is defined by its socio-economic environment and the current state of the place, which it is very important to understand and integrate. The aim is then to project a viable future for the project, with which the community will share in the years to come. The notion of heritage has continued to evolve and now goes far beyond the conservation of a few stones or a simple façade. For Cyril, this relationship with heritage, which he was able to deepen during his studies, is part of the current issue of sustainability and preservation of resources, while linking times and people.
Having worked in the field of aeronautics in different European cities as well as in Montreal, Cyril has developed an open mind, an attentive listening as well as an understanding of the different issues related to each project. His perception of complex spaces, both architectural and technical, allows him to have a good reading of the building as a whole in order to achieve a project as well built as it was imagined.

 

SIGNIFICANT ACHIEVEMENTS

Housing and community environment
TQP Jarry pilot project, Montreal, interior redevelopment for the OMHM, L’OEUF Architectes, site supervision, 2020-2021
Rampe de Marseille, Montreal, exterior redevelopment for OMHM, L’OEUF Architectes, site supervision, 2020-2021
Pilot project TQP Viauville and De Marseille, Montreal, interior redevelopment for OMHM, L’OEUF Architectes, finalization of construction follow-up, 2020
Chauvin-Arriola Residence, Montreal, renovation, Maxime Brault architect, participation in the preliminary and final files and follow-up of the construction site, 2019-2020
Brault-Purefoy Residence, London, renovation, Maxime Brault architect, participation in the sketch and preliminary plans, 2019
Allard Residence, Sainte-Clotilde-de-Châteauguay, new construction, Maxime Brault architect, participation in the final file, 2017-2018
Goldman Residence, New-York, renovation, Ariel Aaron Architect, production of studio drawings of the kitchen, 2016

Mixed service and economic environment
Pôle municipal de Vaudreuil-Dorion, Vaudreuil-Dorion, new construction, L’OEUF Architectes in consortium with Lapointe Magne & associés, participation in the final file and tender documents, 2020-2021
Replacement of the electrical panels of the Leclerc detention centre, Laval, renovation for the SQI, L’OEUF Architectes, site supervision, 2020-2021
Notre-Dame Cemetery, Ottawa, new administration building and colombarium, Maxime Brault architect, participation in the sketch and preliminary phases, 2019
Lab-École, Maskinongé and Shefford, competition, Maxime Brault architect, participation in concepts and sketch drawings, 2019
Agrandissement Alumican, Montréal, renovation, Maxime Brault architecte, participation in preliminary drawings and permit application, 2019
Coop. Funéraire du Grand Montréal, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, competition, Maxime Brault architecte, participation in concept and sketch drawings, 2019
Massicote Funeral Home, Laval, renovation, Maxime Brault architect, participation in survey and sketch drawings, 2018-2019

Patrimonial environment
Notre-Dame de Montréal Basilica, Montréal, repair of the skylights of the Sacré-Coeur Chapel, Maxime Brault architecte, participation in the survey, preliminary and execution phases and site supervision, 2018-2019
Saint-Jean-de-Matha Church, Montreal, roof repairs, Maxime Brault architect, participation in the survey, preliminary and execution phases and in the tendering process, 2018-2019
Notre-Dame d’Ottawa Cathedral, Montreal, new ceremonial altar, Maxime Brault architecte, participation in the sketch and preliminary and execution phases, 2016-2017

SIGNIFICANT EXPERIENCE

Designer and team leader in aerospace and aeronautics, Alcatel-Airbus-Bombardier, Toulouse-Hamburg-Saint-Laurent, France-Germany-Canada, 2001-2012
Design, production support