The territory, its limits, its use, its owners: Benoît Péloquin knows all the facets of local appropriation and has handled this data for more than 2 decades.
More than 30 Years of Experience
After completing his Bachelor of Applied Science (Geodesy - Surveying), Benoît Péloquin worked as a land surveyor with another firm in Montreal. He opened his own office in 1991 on the West Island, and the team now includes 8 employees.
Benoît Péloquin was selected to receive the prestigious President's award in 2018 directly from the hands of the president of the OAGQ, Mr. Jean Taschereau. This prize is awarded to highlight a person's important contributions to the affairs of the Order.
He has also been involved in the Order as an editor in the "Géomatique" journal and as an administrator on the board of directors. He has also served on the Order's disciplinary board for the last five years.
He was chosen on account of his involvement over the course of the past year. Mr. Péloquin was particularly active in the case of the floodings in Québec, his involvement in various consultations conducted by the Order to publicly take position on the subject deserved to be recognized.
He became a member of the committee specifically to define the actions with regards to acquisitive prescription in the past year. Additionally, he is involved in a joint committee between the OAGQ and the Chambre des notaires du Québec to help advance cases of mutual interest to the two Orders.