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Dominic Daoust
Senior Principal, Project Director

Dominic Daoust obtained his Bachelor's degree in Architecture from Laval University in 2000 after completing a diploma in architectural technology from the Cégep of Saint-Laurent in 1997. He has been working at NFOE since the year 2000 and became a partner in the firm in 2018. Dominic possesses considerable experience in life sciences and general sciences facilities. He is now recognized as the expert in Quebec for programming and designing analytical and diagnostic laboratories. Dominic has a keen sense of creativity; he is highly sensitive to design and has strong attention to detail. He is committed to delivering a quality product and exceeding client expectations. Dominic consistently brings his creativity, knowledge, and laboratory design experience to project teams. 


  • Hospital complex, SQI 
  • Optilab laboratory, SQI 
  • Integrated Cancer Treatment Centre, CHU de Québec 
  • Optilab LLL Project, CISSS de Laval 
  • PFT, CIUSSS du Centre-Ouest-de-l'Île-de-Montréal 
  • PFT, CIUSSS de l'Estrie - CHUS 
  • Microbiology & Pathology laboratories, Jewish General Hospital 
  • Centre of Excellence in Thrombosis and Anticoagulation Care, Jewish General Hospital 
  • Dubrovsky Molecular Pathology Centre, Jewish General Hospital 
  • HIV/AIDS BSL-3 bio-containment laboratory, Jewish General Hospital 
  • Laboratoires de pathologie, CIUSSS de l'Estrie - CHUS 
  • Functional and technical program, Charles-LeMoyne Hospital 
  • Server lab, Hôpital Fleurimont 
  • Center for Cell and Vector Production, University Health Network 
  • Centre of Excellence for Cellular Therapy (CETC), CRHMR 
  • Multidisciplinary Center for the Development of Tissue Engineering, Enfant-Jésus Hospital 
  • Beaulieu-Saucier Pharmacogenomics Centre, MHI 
  • Remodeling of laboratory space, Canadian Food Inspection Agency 
  • Veterinary Diagnostics and epidemiological surveillance complex, MAPAQ 
  • Biotechnology pavilion, Cégep Saint-Hyacinthe 
  • Master programming and planning studies, University of Prince Edward Island