Annie Chantelois is a civil engineer with a master’s degree in structural engineering. An alumni of Polytechnique Montréal who has more than 20 years of experience in structural design and management of construction projects.
After 6 years in the bridges and structures division at CN, she joined Prochute Sécurité as engineering director and owner. By 2008 she was president of Prochute Sécurité and oversaw the establishment and proper functioning of the 4 main departments: engineering, inspection, installation, and training. Prochute Sécurité was awarded the innovation and technology prize in 2013 and was acquired by SPI that same year.
She is a known specialist and consultant for working at heights in Quebec. Annie was a member of the École de technologie supérieure university board of directors from 2010 to 2015, and is a member of the CSA technical committee Z259 (standard for working at heights) since 2002. She is co-inventor of two innovations that are patented in the United States and Canada. Annie even built her office building on rue St-Charles in 2013 and soon after, in march, was featured in Découverte as an innovative wooden construction.