Grant has a personal and engaging approach with all stakeholders that gives his clients the highest level of confidence in his abilities to lead and implement their goals, while ensuring that all levels of government, communities and the public welcome the necessary changes required.
Grant has a unique and in-depth understanding of multi-agency partnerships involving various levels of government, the private sector, and First Nations. Grant’s primary focus over the last ten years with the Ministry of Transportation and Infastructure had been on large infrastructure projects (P3’s), such as the William R. Bennett Floating Bridge in Kelowna, BC and the Sea-to-Sky Highway Improvement Project from Vancouver to Whistler.
Grant’s work with Design-Build and DBFO P3’s has taken him throughout Canada as well as on assignments in the US, China and Israel.
Grant Lachmuth, AScT, RTMgr
Grant’s educational background is in Civil/Geotechnical Engineering Technology at BCIT and Executive Leadership at Royal Roads University, with a particular focus on project management and leadership. He has spent several years as a member of the Council for Leadership Insights, with the Conference Board of Canada and is currently BC’s Board member for Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC).
As an Applied Science Technologist and a Registered Technology Manager, Grant was recognized by the Applied Science Technologists and Technicians of BC with the “2012 Professional Achievement Award”. Most recently he was honored with the “Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal” for his service to the citizens of British Columbia and Canada.