Grant provides seasoned experience in municipal, regional, provincial government and First Nations governance, which provides an invaluable network of connections and unique insight on intergovernmental relationships for the benefit of his clients.
Grant has lead multi-agency partnerships involving various levels of government, the private sector, and First Nations that are aligned with community, social, environmental, and economic need. He leverages his expertise of provincial government strategy, business planning, and infrastructure management for the benefit of the communities served and has lead many multi-agency initiatives that complemented strategic planning, engineering, environmental science, and urban design services.
Grant’s experience in the areas of Design-Build (P3’s), transportation and highway operations and maintenance, and alternate service delivery models will be of great benefit to clients. Grant is currently assigned as the Chief Project Officer for the New Westminster Secondary School Replacement Project (Design-Build) with Partnerships BC.
Grant has been a leader on an extensive list of major infrastructure projects; from linear transportation projects such as the W R Bennett Floating Bridge (Kelowna) and the Sea-to-Sky Highway Improvement Project Vancouver/Whistler), to vertical infrastructure such as the Wood Innovation Design Centre (Prince George) and the New Westminster Secondary School Replacement Project (New Westminster).
Grant is there to assist communities during and after emergency events, from floods and fires, to geohazard mitigation of landslides and sink holes.
His extensive training in operational emergency response and recovery are ideally suited to assist communities as they engage with Emergency Management BC (EMBC) and the federal Disaster Financial Assistance Arrangements (DFAA) for financial assistance and cost-recovery.
Grant has extensive training in the Incident Command System (ICS), British Columbia Emergency Response Management System (BCERMS) and Temporary Emergency Assignment Management Systems (TEAMS).
Grant leads by example…
Grant will leverage his expertise of multi-agency, inter-governmental strategy, business planning, and infrastructure management for the benefit of the clients and communities he serves.
Grant will get results through leading multi-agency initiatives that complement a client or communities strategic planning, engineering, environmental science, and urban design services.