Martin Fiset is the president of Fiset Hospiconsult Inc. He is an architect with over forty years of experience in all aspects of health care facilities planning and design. He has worked as a planning consultant and project manager on numerous projects across Canada, the United States and abroad. Since the beginning of his career, Mr. Fiset has prepared functional programmes for large and small healthcare facilities in Ontario, Alberta, Quebec, and New Brunswick, and, in the United States, in Washington, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. His foreign experience as programmer and planner includes projects in India, Egypt, Germany, Argentina, The Bahamas, Algeria, Turks and Caicos Islands and Georgia.
He has been invited to lecture on hospital planning and functional and space programming in Jaipur and Goa in India, in the USA in Washington (DC), Grand Rapids (MI), and Denver (CO), and in Canada, in Montreal and Quebec City, as well as Paris, Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Valparaiso (Chile).
Mr. Fiset holds a Bachelor of Arts degree (1960) from Université Laval, Quebec (Canada), a Bachelor of Architecture degree (1967) from Université de Montréal, Montreal (Canada) and a Master of Architecture degree (1971) from Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas. He received a certificate in translation (French-English) from McGill University in 2000.
Over the years, he has been a member of the American Institute of Architects, the Quebec Order of Architects, the Ontario Association of Architects and the Alberta Association of Architects. He has been certified by the NCARB and licensed to practice architecture in the US in the State of Maryland and in Washington D.C. He was for two years (2003-2005) director of the International Union of Architects Public Health Work Programme and he is the official Canadian representative to this organization. He is currently a member the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada.
Mr. Fiset is fluent in English and French and has an excellent command of Spanish.