4 December 2017
This week, The Jacques Cartier and Champlain Bridges Incorporated (JCCBI) is proud to actively participate at the 23rd 2017 INFRA Congress of the Centre d’expertise et de recherche en infrastructures urbaines (CERIU). This incredible industry get-together will host over 1,500 specialist engineers who are involved in soundly managing network infrastructure. With the theme Our Urban Heritage: A Matter of Sustainable Infrastructure Management, the congress will be held from December 4 to 6 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal.
At one of the “Blind Date” activities during the event, Glen P. Carlin,
Chief Executive Officer, JCCBI, will give a talk for a group of municipal infrastructure specialists. Martin Chiasson, Director, Environment, JCCBI, will also be at the Wastewater Management session to present the Solution Bonaventure environmental project designed to protect the St. Lawrence River from contaminated groundwater. At the end of the event, three Prix Relève scholarships will be awarded to students who have stood out in the field of municipal infrastructure, and JCCBI will sponsor this portion of the congress.
“Our participation at this event is perfectly aligned with our vision of responsible and proactive asset management to ensure that our structures last as long as possible. It’s also a great opportunity for us to share our expertise with the industry and join the current conversation about urban heritage issues,” said Glen P. Carlin.