BTY Group, a Canadian consultancy specializing in real estate and infrastructure asset planning and project delivery, has opened its newest office at the Queen’s Marque building in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
“Atlantic Canada is experiencing unprecedented population growth, fueled by both interprovincial migration and international immigration,” said Jamie MacGillivray, associate director for BTY Halifax. “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.”
BTY added that some of its recent project highlights in the Atlantic Canada region included the Halifax Regional Municipality Organics Management Infrastructure & Long-Term Operations Project, the Ocean Breeze Village Mixed-use Development in Dartmouth, and the Corner Brook Acute Care Hospital and the Corner Brook Long-Term Care Home in Newfoundland.
“We take immense pride in this milestone and in establishing a permanent presence in Halifax,” said Robyn Player, a director in BTY’s project monitoring and lender services practice. “By expanding our local team and network, we are not only advancing our services but also creating exciting career opportunities for professionals within the communities we serve.”