Appointment of Martin Villemure ITS and Telecommunications Senior Project Manager

Posted on April 19, 2021

YRH is pleased to announce the appointment of Martin Villemure as ITS and Telecommunications Senior Project Manager

Montreal, April 19, 2021—Yves R. Hamel and Associates Inc. (YRH), one of Canada’s leading telecommunications, radiocommunication and mobile communications firms is pleased to announce the appointment of Martin Villemure as Project Manager and Senior Engineer in Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) and telecommunications. Bringing in his vast experience and management skills to YRH will strengthen our ITS team, where he will respond to current mandates, support with the growing demand for this market and assist communities in urban mobility and GHG impact reduction.

Mr. Martin Villemure is a senior engineer and a seasoned manager in ITS, telecommunications and fibre-optic networks. He graduated from Laval University with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and has worked for over 20 years in the field of ITS, telecommunications and consulting engineering. During his career, participated in the deployment of numerous ITS projects throughout Quebec for the MTQ, PJCCI and several municipalities, as well as for several major Canadian telecommunications carriers and several organizations with critical telecommunications infrastructure such as Hydro-Québec. As a manager and leader, he has managed very large multidisciplinary teams in numerous ITS and telecommunications project deployments.

Martin Villemure’s arrival reinforces YRH’s ITS team and will support the efforts put in place over the past few years by YRH in this market. His vast experience in the field and his management skills will allow us to improve our offer and continue to provide quality engineering services to our many clients. His arrival at YRH confirms our desire to be a major technological player in the urban mobility field and in the reduction of GHGs within communities

Maurice Beauséjour, President of YRH

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