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Georges Demers

Georges Demers – architect
Major projects were carried out by his office during the period from 1960 to 1972, a period marked by the election of the Quebec Liberal Party and Prime Minister Jean Lesage (June 22, 1960), the “quiet revolution”, and the economic boom.
These projects include, in particular, the Outardes 4 and 3 hydroelectric facilities, the Laviolette bridge in Trois-Riviéres, the Pierre-Laporte bridge over the St. Lawrence and the Portage bridge between Ottawa and Gatineau. The exceptional contribution of office staff to their realisation is noted. Source: Website note A link to a Biography of Georges Demers by his son Jean can be found on this page.