BTY Group proudly announces the opening of its new office in Halifax, Nova Scotia with a growing team of experts in Cost Management, Project Management, Lender Services and Infrastructure Advisory services.
Located in the Queen’s Marque building on Lower Water Street in downtown Halifax, the new office signifies a significant step forward for the company.
In the past five years, BTY has dedicated considerable resources to enhancing its services and local expertise in Atlantic Canada, a pivotal focus for the firm’s five-year Strategic Growth Plan.
This investment has yielded remarkable results, with services successfully delivered for project investments surpassing CAD $800 million.
BTY’s recent noteworthy projects in the Atlantic Canada region include:
• Halifax Regional Municipality Organics Management Infrastructure & Long-Term Operations Project, Nova Scotia
• Ocean Breeze Village Mixed-use Development, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
• Corner Brook Acute Care Hospital, Newfoundland & Labrador
• St John’s Safe Clean Drinking Water Project, New Brunswick
• Corner Brook Long-term Care Home, Newfoundland & Labrador
• Highway 104 Twinning Project, connecting mainland Nova Scotia to Cape Breton Island and New Brunswick
• Enwave Energy Systems’ Waste-to-Energy Charlottetown District Energy Project, Prince Edward Island
Robyn Player, a Director in BTY’s Project Monitoring & Lender Services practice, shares how the decision to establish BTY Halifax underscores the firm’s dedication to local engagement and economic advancement.
We take immense pride in this milestone and in establishing a permanent presence in Halifax. By expanding our local team and network, we’re not only advancing our services but also creating exciting career opportunities for professionals within the communities we serve.
BTY Atlantic Canada team offers comprehensive services spanning all phases of project development, from planning and design to financing, construction, and asset management during operations.
Jamie MacGillivray, Associate Director for BTY Halifax, emphasized the significance of the office’s establishment for the region.
Atlantic Canada is experiencing unprecedented population growth, driven by both interprovincial migration and international immigration. With some of the nation’s fastest-growing cities, there is a pressing need for modern housing and infrastructure. BTY’s approach, focused on building local capacity and investing in talent development, will open new avenues for growth, providing opportunities for the community.
Contact our team for more information on our service in Atlantic Canada.
Image Credit for Queen’s Marque Building: Build Nova Scotia