Senior Engineering Geologist
Marc-André Ph.D., P.Geo. (BC), géo. (QC), has over 15 years of experience applying the principles of engineering geology, rock mechanics, geomorphology, and remote sensing to geohazard projects in Canada and New Zealand. He completed his BSc (Honours), MSc, and PhD in the Department of Earth Sciences at Simon Fraser University. At BGC, Marc-André has been the project manager or technical lead for numerous landslide hazard and risk assessments for governmental, mining, energy, and transportation clients. His expertise includes rock slope hazard assessment, geohazard risk assessment, terrain mapping, slope stability modelling, landslide runout modelling, and aerial photograph interpretation. Marc-André is an adjunct professor at Simon Fraser University and a peer reviewer for numerous scientific journals on landslides, geomorphology, engineering geology, and rock mechanics. He has published over 60 technical articles of various aspects of landslide characterization and numerical modelling.