Michael Verreaul holds a bachelor's degree in geological engineering and a master's degree in hydrogeology. Mr. Verreault's master's topic dealt with the protection of groundwater in a complex environment.
The latter has developed particular expertise in tracing tests in underground and surface water and also with the use of numerical modeling by finite elements and differences.
Being a hydrogeologist, Mr. Verreault has obviously carried out a multitude of underground water supply projects throughout the province of Quebec. He carried out the design and analysis of wells pumping up to 40,000 l/min and able to supply more than 60,000 people.
In recent years, he has mainly worked in the mining sector, carrying out projects on a global scale. In particular, he adapted the profile tracing test method, which makes it possible to locate contrasting flow zones in a fractured rock environment.
Mr. Verreault is a particularly pleasant person to work with and clients greatly appreciate his simplicity in carrying out small or large-scale projects. The latter is always looking for the best possible solution and offers innovative ideas that allow customers to save and optimize. The honesty and quality of the service offered remain his main concerns.