Lucie St-Pierre has been an associate with Lemay since 2008 and heads the firm’s Montreal and Quebec City landscape architecture teams. She oversees over 35 landscape architects and urban designers in creating exceptional projects, contributing significantly to the development of Canadian professional practice. Her exemplary career as a businesswoman and professional is distinguished by the fact that her enduring ambition – to raise overall quality – has always been inclusive. Throughout her career, she has been able to share her knowledge and values in a wide variety of public and specialized contexts.
Ms. St-Pierre has also built an enviable reputation for delivering complex projects. For over three decades, she has been involved in the design of myriad major parks and public places, real-estate developments, user-friendly active transportation corridors and sustainable waterfront developments, both here and abroad. The quality of her projects has garnered numerous awards and distinctions.
A graduate of the Université de Montréal and a LEED-accredited professional, she has been a pioneer in integrating sustainable strategies into large-scale real-estate projects. She favours a holistic and responsible development approach aiming to create timeless and unique projects, in harmony with the spirit of each place. Whatever the type of project, her expertise, efficiency and creative contribution are leveraged to create sustainable and resilient concepts that interpret the identity of the space in a contemporary way.
Ms. St-Pierre is known for her leadership and her rare skill for communicating with colleagues, partners and clients. Her sensitivity, foresight and talent for integrating and leading multidisciplinary teams drives them to surpass themselves and create exemplary projects with minimal conflict. Her unifying qualities and management skills have shaped the largest pool of landscape architects in Quebec and informed major public contracts. She has always promoted the profession in an inclusive manner by promoting training, integration of the next generation and healthy competition in private practice. Since 2018, she has been a member of the AAPQ committee for recognition and supervision of the profession, which aims to establish a protected title for landscape architects in Quebec.