Nick Pryce

Manager, Urban & Rural Planning

"One thing that has really struck me since the move is our collaborative work within the Company."

A few months ago I moved from Nova Scotia to Alberta as our Planning Team expanded services in urban and rural planning out West. It’s very exciting to have this opportunity and recently I was joined by another Atlantic planning colleague, Scott Fash. One thing that has really struck me since the move is our collaborative work within the Company: tools such as Lync really give a boost to our capacity to communicate, particularly for our complex, multidisciplinary projects. There are numerous interesting shifts happening in the planning profession that will affect our future. Having this new geographic network will help us be at the forefront of change!

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