From Father to Son
Our historical background
1949 : Guy Migué a.g. establishes his surveying firm in Farnham, the first in the region.
1976 : : Yves Guillemette a.g. practices in partnership with Guy Migué a.g.
1981 : Claude Migué a.g. joins his father as a land surveyor and business partner. Over the years, Claude Migué is joined by Christian Langlois a.g. (Migué & Langlois, 1981 to 1987) and Guy Leblanc a.g. (Migué & Leblanc, 1987 to 1999).
2015 : Kevin Migué a.g., son of Claude, becomes the sole shareholder of Migué Arpenteur-Géomètre inc. with its head office in Cowansville. At that time, the company also has offices in Farnham and Mansonville. That same year, a branch office was opened in Bromont.
2016 : Migué Arpenteur-Géomètre inc. announces its merger with Fournier & Tremblay A-G (with Mr. Robert Fournier) of Cowansville. From then on, the company takes its current name: Migué & Fournier, arpenteurs-géomètres inc. Kevin Migué a.g. remains the main shareholder.
2016 : Acquisition of the office of Jacques Bonneau, land surveyor, a firm established in Granby since 1971. Mr. Bonneau’s entire team joins Migué & Fournier, arpenteurs-géomètres inc. and the number of employees totals nearly fifteen.
In 2016, when the mergers were announced.
2016 : Business partnership with Drone Diffusion Inc. specialized in image capture by aircraft.
2022 : Migué & Fournier, arpenteurs-géomètres inc. can pride itself on the involvement of more than 25 employees, including four land surveyors.
In memory of
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our colleague Claude Migué QLS, who died on August 22, 2020, at the age of 66. Well known in the Brome-Missisquoi region, Claude joined the company founded by his father, Guy Migué, land surveyor, in the early 80’s, and then passed the torch of management of the company to his son Kevin and his colleague Robert Fournier in 2016.
All agree to highlight the more than human way Claude managed his teams. His values of trust and respect towards his colleagues are a precious legacy that he leaves to the members of this company that he knew how to make evolve.
A great epicurean and bon vivant, we will also remember Claude for his love of travel and his interest in generously sharing his passion for wine and gastronomy with us at every meeting.
In memory of
Guy Migué and the expansion of a region, by Kevin Migué a.g.
Text published in the journal Geomatics,
of the Ordre des Arpenteurs-Géomètres du Québec
(vol. 41, no. 1, spring 2014).