Former SNC-Lavalin CEO Now Set for Trial in Bribe Case

Person in handcuffs

Duhaime faces charges of fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud and using forged documents.

December 11, 2018
Debra K. Rubin - Engineering News-Record

Pierre Duhaime, the former CEO of Canadian design-build giant SNC-Lavalin—who resigned from the firm in 2012 in the wake of a contracting bribery scandal in which he was arrested for his alleged role—is now set for a February trial start in Quebec Superior Court. The case relates to payoffs on one project, a multibillion-dollar Montreal hospital on which the firm led the public-private construction consortium.

Ms. Rubin may be contacted at rubind@enr.com



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