Legico-CHP Fleur De Lys Scholarship (721200102601)

Legico-CHP Fleur de lys scholarship


Legico-CHP emerged from the amalgamation of two separate companies—Legico, founded in early 2000, and CHP, in operation since 1992. Both companies were players in major international and local construction projects.

Legico has developed considerable expertise, mainly in commercial construction projects, in areas such as procurement, logistics, transportation, development of complex contract agreements, planning, contract administration and construction oversight. The company’s client base includes customers involved in infrastructure projects as well as those in various industrial and institutional fields.

CHP specializes in project cost estimating. CHP is also known for its contributions to updates of the detailed Handscomb Yardsticks for Costing guide. Over the past five years, CHP has provided cost estimates of more than $250M per year. CHP is also regularly sought out as an expert witness in construction-related litigation cases.

Bringing these two companies under the Legico-CHP banner positions the company very well as an impartial party, independent of engineering consulting firms and contractors, for construction projects by a variety of clients.


Attract francophone students from Quebec who wish to study at the Telfer School of Management of the University of Ottawa and who have an excellent academic record, but who are unable to take on the superior tuition fees.


Eligibility Criteria

The applicant must:

1. be a resident of Quebec;

2. be admitted, and then registered as a full-time student in the BCom program at the Telfer School of Management of the University of Ottawa. Preference will be given to students admitted and registered in the BCom program with the entrepreneurship option;

3. have obtained a high school diploma in a francophone school (or the equivalent), or have attended a francophone Cegep;

4. take at least 6 courses (18 credits) in French during his/her first year; and

5. have an admission average of at least 70 %

Value of the award: $2,000

Number of awards: 3

Frequency of the award: Annual

Level or program of study: Undergraduate

Application contact: Financial Aid and Awards Service

Application deadline: March 31


Applications must be made through Online Scholarships and Bursaries, which can be accessed through https://scholarships.uottawa.ca, and should include a copy of the applicant’s high school or Cegep transcript.