MONTRÉAL — In a significant development that marks the onset of a new era for ADM Aéroports de Montréal, the corporation has announced the appointment of Yves Beauchamp as its new President and CEO, effective September 5, 2023. This pivotal change comes as the current CEO, Philippe Rainville, prepares to bid farewell after a remarkable 15-year journey with ADM, including a successful six-year stint as its leader.
A Leader with a Rich Legacy
Beauchamp, a name synonymous with expertise in managing large-scale infrastructure projects, steps into this role with a rich legacy of steering Montreal institutions rooted deeply in their communities. His tenure as Vice Principal of Administration and Finance at McGill University saw him accelerate the revitalization and renovation of the university's infrastructure, a testament to his leadership capabilities.
A Vision for Sustainable Development
As someone who has been intricately involved with ADM, serving on its Community Advisory Committee for seven years and being a part of the Board for three years, Beauchamp brings experience and a deep understanding of the organization's dynamics to the table. His vision is clear — to ensure that the airports continue to be a part of Montréal's sustainable development blueprint, leveraging the dynamic growth in passenger traffic and operations anticipated in the coming years.
Honoring a Stalwart
As we stand on the cusp of this new chapter, it is also a moment to honor the contributions of Philippe Rainville, a stalwart who has guided ADM with a steady hand, navigating it through challenges and steering it toward growth. Rainville’s dedication will be remembered as he ensures a smooth transition of responsibilities till the end of the year.
A Future Rooted in Excellence
Beauchamp’s educational background, with a doctorate in industrial engineering from West Virginia University and a series of accolades including the Order of Canada and the Knight of the National Order of Québec, positions him as a leader rooted in excellence. His commitment to community development and sustainable growth promises a future where ADM not only recovers from the pandemic-induced hiatus but thrives, meeting the community's aspirations and needs.
About ADM Aéroports de Montréal
A beacon in the aviation industry, ADM Aéroports de Montréal has been at the forefront of connecting people and fostering economic growth in the Greater Montréal area. The corporation manages the YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport, a proud holder of a 4-star certification under the Skytrax World Airport Star Rating program, and the YMX International Aerocity of Mirabel, setting standards in airport management and operations.Advertising