Courchesne-Fortin A.-G. Inc.: Setting the Standard in Outaouais for More than 30 Years
An Experienced Team
We have your full satisfaction at heart when it comes to getting affordable and reliable surveying services. Our professionals and our team have the expertise to guarantee quality work while respecting your deadlines and your requirements. Please contact us for an appointment. Do not hesitate to contact us to book an appointment.
Michel Fortin C.L.S., Q.L.S.
- Bachelor in Applied Science from Université Laval 1976
- Admitted to the Ordre des Arpenteurs-géomètres du Québec (OAGQ), 1976
- Bachelor in Administrative Sciences from the Université du Québec à Hull 1983
- Admitted to the Association of Canada Lands Surveyors (ACLS), 1983
Mathieu Fortin Q.L.S.
- Bachelor in Applied Science from Université Laval, 2007
- Admitted to the Ordre des Arpenteurs-géomètres du Québec (OAGQ), 2009
- Lise Morin, Administrative Assistant
- Judith Chouinard, Administrative Assistant
- Lucie Robillard, Administrative Assistant
- Mathieu Poulin, Draftsman
- Katrine Desjardins, Geomatics Technician
- Claude Cardinal, Field Technician
- Carlos Payes, Field Technician
- Duane Casselman, Field Technician
Canada Lands Surveyor
In addition to being a member in good standing of the Ordre des arpenteurs-géomètres du Québec, Courchesne-Fortin A.-G. Inc.holds a patent as Canada Lands Surveyor. Fields of practice of Canada Lands Surveyors include: hydrography, geodesy, photogrammetry, remote sensing, geographic information systems, planning and approval processes and legal surveys on federal lands across Canada.
- Microgeodetics for the implantation of metal structures of the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau
- Establishment and renewal of several cantonal lines and in various townships (cantons) in the Province of Québec
- Survey and calculation of Black River watersheds for the Pembroke Electric Light Company dam
- Establishment of 80 geodesic survey markers in the city of Rouyn-Noranda
- Establishment of 85 geodesic survey markers in the cities of Hull, Aylmer and Gatineau from GPS satellite signals
- Establishment and renewal of 20 km of lines in the Maniwaki Indian reserve
- Establishment of 22 plots, more than 1,000 monuments surveyed by GPS in the Iqaluit area, Northwest Territories, July 1996
- Rapibus project land surveying of areas and stations
- Several construction surveying projects in the Outaouais region
- Several cadastral renovation mandates on behalf of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Wildlife
- Special implementations of large signs on Outaouais highways
- Development and quality control for BIM projects