Biography Emily Beauregard is a Senior Architect with over 20 years of experience in both private practice and public service. She is recognized for her ability to effectively manage complex built heritage projects with diligence and efficiency. From 2002-19, Ms. Beauregard practiced at EVOQ Architecture Inc. (formerly Fournier Gersovitz Moss Drolet & associés architectes.) Since 2019, Emily is a Architect at the Government of Canada where she has served at PSPC as a conservation advisor (2019-20), project manager (2020-21/2022-2023) and discipline manager (2023-present) as well as at the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development as a project manager (2021-22) largely for major rehabilitation projects including the Block 2 Redevelopment, Supreme Court of Canada Building, Centre Block, and Lester B. Pearson Building. Emily has focused on building envelope for heritage buildings, and has developed a broad knowledge of tradition materials and detailing. She has led multidisciplinary teams throughout all project phases, providing quality control and ensuring design excellence for projects of varied size for institutional, commercial and residential type buildings alike. Emily has participated in a number of CAHP award recipient projects.

Academic Credentials OAQ/OAA/APT/CAHP

Expertise buildings

Chapter Québec


Organization Gov’t of Canada

Address Place Bonaventure

City Montreal

ProvTerr Québec