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Yasmine Haddad

M Arch
Project Manager

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
Master of Architecture, Université de Montréal, 2019-2021
Certificate in Project Management, HEC Montréal, 2017-2018
B.Sc. in Architecture, McGill University, Montreal, 2014-2017

AWARDS
Mention of Excellence, HEC Montréal, 2018

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
3 years

QUALIFICATIONS AND PROFILE

Yasmine is of Lebanese origin and was born in Dubai, where she lived for the first 10 years of her life, before moving to Montreal. During her master’s degree, she specialized in transdisciplinary design, and my thesis project involved the regenerative transition of the Costco in Pointe-Saint-Charles (from a warehouse store) into a material recovery hub.

Yasmine likes to respond to specific project challenges with team discussions. I strongly believe in sharing knowledge and tools, responsibility and success.
At this point in my career, she’s a chameleon who’s interested in everything. Pragmatism as much as imagination, structure as much as flexibility. She’s very proud to be able to contribute to the improvement and preservation of my city, and hopes to bring the quality of city life to all Quebecers.
She contributes to the greening of my street with the neighborhood green squad and also serves as a home for the SPCA.

SIGNIFICANT PROJECTS

Urban ecosystem, civic environment and habitat
OMHM, Gatineau, New construction of social multi-housing, L’OEUF, Sketch design, 2023-in progress
Multi-residential project, Montreal, conversion and extension of a heritage building, Aedifix +, Project Manager, 2021-in progress
Multi-residential project, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, New construction, Aedifix +, Project Manager, 2022-in progress
Urban
Ideas competition
“Healing – Alternative Designs for Quarantine Cities”, Non Architecture, Design and assembly, 2020

AND/OR SIGNIFICANT EXPERIENCE
Project Manager, Aedifix +, Montreal, 2021-2023
Design, review of working drawings, coordination, management
Research assistant, Université de Montréal, 2021
Evaluation of the impact of adaptive reuse of a “big box”.
Architectural intern, DAR Group, Beirut, 2018