Stantec names Stephen Montminy regional leader for Quebec

08 May 2024 1 min. read
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Stantec, an Edmonton-based design and engineering consultancy, has promoted Stephen Montminy to regional leader for Quebec.

In his new role, Montminy will oversee 1,600 employees across the province, driving growth, collaboration across business lines, and development of strategic initiatives.

He succeeds Isabelle Jodoin, who is retiring after 38 years with Stantec, including the last nine years as Quebec leader.

“Isabelle played a key role in employee engagement and team growth in recent years,” the firm said in a press release. “Her leadership and dedication have been instrumental in establishing a strong team recognized within the Quebec industry.”

Stantec names Stephen Montminy regional leader for Quebec

Montminy has 30 years of experience in engineering and strategic development. He joined Stantec in 2020, most recently serving as VP for account management and strategic positioning in the energy and resources group.

Before Stantec, Montminy was SVP for professional services and head of strategic development at Englobe, an engineering and environmental services firm. He was also previously VP for business development at Dessau (acquired by Stantec in 2015).

Montminy has a bachelor of applied science in electricity from the University of Laval.

“I am thrilled by this new role, which will give me the opportunity to collaborate with an exceptional team to promote innovative, equitable, and sustainable solutions for our clients and communities,” said Montminy. “I proudly remain committed to providing an inclusive and inspiring work environment, where everyone can thrive and grow.”

Stantec earlier this year hired Jason Thorne and Roger Weber as sector leaders in its urban places practice.