Mathieu Barbeau, Eng., MASc, PMP

Mathieu Barbeau is a professional who works the in field of water treatment and management, more particularly in the development, design and delivery of environmental solutions.

He is known for his global vision, and has a high degree of resourcefulness and motivation. He works well at defining project strategies developing innovative technical solutions and delivering projects that are perfectly aligned with client needs.

As the rallying force behind multidisciplinary teams, he recognizes the strengths and expertise of each contributor and effectively channels their efforts to ensure goals are met.



  • Civil Engineer
  • Master’s in Engineering: Using Natural Coagulant for Phosphorus Removal
  • PMP Certification from the Project Management Institute
  • Programme Émergence from the École d’entrepreneurship de Beauce

Working Experience

  • ASDR, Suriname: Project Manager for the design of a mine tailings treatment system with an 1800 m3/h capacity (ammonia and metal removal). Managed design teams. Coordinated with mining sector client.
  • MDDEFP, Lac-Mégantic, Qc: Specialized engineer during the emergency response after the major train derailment. Project Manager for the design of an oily water transportation and treatment system, including the preparation of tender documents for the site of the derailment.
  • Cree Regional Authority, Nitchequon, Quebec: Project Manager for the rehabilitation of a former Environment Canada weather station. Prepared tender documents for various sub-contracts. Actively contributed to the development of innovative contaminated soil treatment ($6M value).

Main achievements

  • Key member of projects that earned Grands Prix de génie québécois et canadien for the rehabilitation of the former weather station in Nitchequon as well as for the characterization and rehabilitation of the Lac Mégantic train derailment site.
  • Patent holder for soil treatment technology.