Hugo Thibaudeau Robitaille, a co-founding partner of T2, is an experienced project manager and biologist. He holds a Master of Environmental Science degree from the Université du Québec à Montréal and has worked for over 20 years as a consultant and pedologist for municipalities, governments, industry, and private sector clients. Mr. Thibaudeau Robitaille is known for developing innovative solutions to resolve his clients’ environmental problems.
Mr. Thibaudeau Robitaille acts as a project manager for environmental impact studies in the fields of renewable resources (forests and wind energy) and non-renewable resources (mines). He coordinates multidisciplinary teams of biologists, geologists, geographers, and engineers to conduct biophysical inventories in isolated northern regions and to complete associated technical studies. He also evaluates the environmental impact of large infrastructure projects and offers targeted solutions that minimize negative impacts and maximize benefits. Mr. Thibaudeau Robitaille has participated in a number of public consultations and has successfully negotiated for the implementation of natural habitat conservation and territorial development projects.
Mr. Thibaudeau Robitaille has headed ecological mapping projects in Quebec, Labrador, British Columbia, the Canadian High Arctic, and Nepal. He has coordinated programs for flora inventories and predictive mapping of ecosystems in addition to coordinating projects for plant and wildlife development, ecological restoration, and watershed-based management.