Menard Canada is a specialty design-build geotechnical contractor with expertise in ground improvement. Menard Canada offers custom-tailored geotechnical solutions for supporting new construction across a wide range of industries. For over 50-years, Menard Canada has effectively combined creative design with innovative techniques, and offers practical and sustainable solutions that are economically sound alternatives to deep foundations. Menard Canada is also part of the International Vinci group which is the largest construction holding in the world.

As Design and Technical Manager, your main responsibilities are:

  • Located in Canada, Vancouver

Missions and Responsabilities

Design Management 

  • Assisting in the preparation of bid submission, prepare and manage the risk matrix, as well as provide support on an ad hoc basis.

  • Implement and comply with MENARD CANADA management, safety, quality and environmental system

  • Liaise and develop relationship with operational team, projects managers and clients when required

  • Attend and contribute in design workshops or lunch & Learned sessions with MENARD CANADA team and clients

  • Check conformity of design and shop drawings with the client’s requirements and specification and contract conditions

  • Timely preparation of various reports (agendas, meeting notes, minutes, etc.)

  • Prepare technical papers with Design Team

  • Co-ordinate interfaces between Design Assist packages and areas designed by the Architect/Engineer

Sales Management

  • Correspond with clients to understand project requirements and gather relevant project information

  • Work with the Menard Canada Engineering team to perform feasibility analysis and develop ground improvement programs

  • Perform project cost estimating

  • Draft written proposals / offers

  • Draft / develop execution, quality control and environmental management plans

  • Answer queries from clients and attend tender meetings

  • Follow the development of potential projects to analysis market trends

  • Responsible for promoting the company to current and future clients

  • Prepares and maintains an action plan for the continuous development of the branch office

  • Develop and approve budgets according to the reporting duties within the Group

Documentation and Reporting 

  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date project documentation, including reports, schedules, and meeting minutes

  • Generate daily project status reports for communication with stakeholders


  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering other relevant degree

  • Proven working experience in Ground Improvement or at a management level

  • Proven experience in technical project management

  • Excellent problem-solving and decision-making skills

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills

  • Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment

  • Salaire : 130k$

Apply now to become part of our talented team!