Loïc Angot has worked on numerous high-profile commercial, institutional and residential projects as an expert in sustainable design for buildings and urban planning in France and Canada. He is a seasoned project manager, frequent academic presenter and a Board member for MR-63, a Montreal-based non-profit cultural ecosystem. With close to a decade of sustainable building and planning design experience, Loïc is accredited in the industry’s most recognized standards. With a master’s degree in engineering and an MBA, he is a key driver of Lemay’s Net Positive approach. As part of his MBA, he won the 2017 Rotman Sustainability Innovations Case Competition with his team’s innovative business case for connecting energy solutions providers and real estate owners. A graduate of France’s Institut national des sciences appliquées de Rouen and HEC Montréal, Loïc’s exceptional analytical skills and collaborative approach are informed by insight and expertise.
Creative Thinking. Collective Value.
Founded in 1957 as an architectural practice, Lemay is an internationally recognized integrated design firm. Its unique blend of creativity, large-firm capacity and wide-ranging expertise brings client aspirations to life, creating sustainable value for users and communities around the world. The firm’s commitment to outstanding design also translates into the LemayLAB: an instrument of research and innovation in all aspects of design, which has helped it win over 350 awards and distinctions. Lemay brings together some 450 professionals, earning it a world ranking of 56th largest (World Architecture 2018). It has been a winner of Canada’s Best Managed Companies program since 2013, and a Gold Standard winner since 2017.