Disaster recovery
and renovation in Gatineau


PROSIM (9295-9766 Québec Inc.), a company specializing in home renovation in the Outaouais region, also offers disaster recovery services. The company was founded in 2014 by Simon Brûlé, a young entrepreneur with a degree in management and accounting, who already had several years of experience in the construction sector.

Prosim quickly attracted notice thanks to the passion and conscientiousness of its employees, the quality of its services and the level of satisfaction of its clients, who helped it build an enviable reputation.

In September 2014, Prosim began to specialize in the area of disaster recovery construction. In November 2014, an insurance company created a partnership with Prosim for its clients needing reconstruction work in the Outaouais region. Following that, other insurance companies referred cases through their policyholders and claims adjuster.

Since then, the company has established several teams, with an eye to serving our different client bases. A 1,500-square-foot building has served as warehouse and office since September 2015.

The company’s mission is based on empathy, communication, a commitment to performance and availability.

Here are the services that Prosim Construction offers policyholders:

  • Disaster recovery reconstruction and remodeling
  • Boarding-up
  • Demolition
  • Protection of premises
  • Decontamination
  • Post-disaster cleanup
  • 24/7 year-round emergency service
  • Searching for causes
  • Serving Gatineau and surrounding area, within a 75-kilometre radius.
  • Disaster recovery & remodeling

Prosim Construction uses the Xactimate and Symbility estimating programs.

The company’s technical support staff allows it to quickly adjust to any type of software that might be needed for estimating work and communicating information to its partners.

Prosim’s goal is to complete work to the satisfaction of its clients while complying with standards, meeting expectations, and respecting the time constraints of the building’s occupants.