Guy St-Arneault, P.E.: About the Author
Sr. Mechanical Integrity Group Engineer, GCM Consultants


Guy St-Arneault, P.E.

Guy St-Arneault is a member of the Mechanical Integrity Group at GCM Consultants, based out of Quebec, Canada. Mr. St-Arneault graduated (1992) from l�E?cole Polytechnique de Montre?al with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, with specialization in design. He is a member of the following Canadian Order of Engineers: Quebec (OIQ), Ontario (PEO) and British Columbia (APEGBC). Over his career, Mr. St-Arneault has gained substantial experience in the design and analysis of pressure equipment and piping, and also has significant experience in coordinating fabrication and quality control.

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Published Articles

May/June 2014 Inspectioneering Journal
By Hugo Julien, P.E. at GCM Consultants, Serge Bisson at GCM Consultants, and Guy St-Arneault, P.E. at GCM Consultants

Inspections, repairs, modifications, or Fitness-For-Service (FFS) assessments on an old, unfired ASME Section VIII (Div. 1) pressure vessel - Which ASME Section VIII (Div. 1) Code Edition should you use?

March/April 2014 Inspectioneering Journal
By Guy St-Arneault, P.E. at GCM Consultants, and Hugo Julien, P.E. at GCM Consultants

Since important decisions will be based on the results of the fitness-for-service (FFS) determination, you need to be sure that you have a strong FFS team. But what are the key ingredients of a good FFS team? This article provides some guidelines to help you answer this question.

Navigating ASME Section VIII (Div.1): Managing Your Pressure Vessels - Part 1
January/February 2014 Inspectioneering Journal
By Hugo Julien, P.E. at GCM Consultants, Serge Bisson at GCM Consultants, and Guy St-Arneault, P.E. at GCM Consultants

Inspections, repairs, modifications, or Fitness-For-Service (FFS) assessments on an old, unfired ASME Section VIII (Div. 1) pressure vessel - Which ASME Section VIII (Div. 1) Code Edition should you use?