Luc Demortier graduated in civil engineering from the Catholic University of Louvain (UCL) in 1993.
After working for a year as an assistant in the Mechanics of Materials Department of UCL and a further year at European Engineering Services in Brussels, he joined Bureau Greisch in 1995 in the Buildings Division, becoming its joint manager in 2002.
From 2006, he rose to the position of Director of four companies in the Greisch Group. In 2011, he took up the post of Managing Director of Bgroup-Greisch in Brussels, and then Chairman of the Board in 2015. He remained in this post until 2017, when he became Managing Director of Bureau d’Etudes Greisch.
His particular fields of interest are exposed concrete load-bearing structures, advanced concrete prefabrication and applications in large-scale projects.
His first job with Greisch was in the team rebuilding the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels. He was then given responsibility for numerous sports infrastructure projects, such the Standard Liège stadium, the refurbishment of Country Hall in Liège and the renovation of Spa Francorchamps Formula 1 circuit.
He has also headed up studies for the construction of a number of commercial buildings, such as the new Agoria Building in Brussels, the Multi-Purpose Hall and State Archives in Mons, Liège Airport, the new Courthouse in Namur, the fourth European School in Brussels, the Maison de l’Innovation in Belval (LU), and the Jardins de la Chasse administrative centre in Etterbeek.
With his constantly expanding team, he has helped to establish Bureau Greisch in the high-rise sector with projects such as the Administrative Centre in Ghent, WTC towers, Realex Conference Centre and Silver Tower in Brussels, the Finances Tower in Liège, the “Infinity – Porte de l’Europe” project in Luxembourg and the “Grande Tour” in Abidjan (Ivory Coast).
In the reorganisation of Bureau Greisch in 2016, Luc Demortier was appointed Director of the Buildings Division for the whole of the Greisch Group.
Luc Demortier supervises internships for students from the Free University of Brussels. He is also a lecturer and member of the doctoral thesis panel at the University of Liège.
Luc Demortier pursue all his business activities within the Bureau Greisch, on behalf dLUC srl.