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Our team is made up of results-driven professional entrepreneurs who are experts in their respective fields. We commit to every project with the same intention - no matter the scope, it is conducted with urgency and the utmost attention to detail. Each member of our core team runs their own respective urban planning firms - each with a different style and perspective. We are truly blessed to have them a part of our team for this reason! We support their vision and their path forward.

Alex Robinson

P.Eng, MCP

Managing Director

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Alex has over 30 years of diverse senior management experience in the private and public sectors. This experience includes organizational leadership, strategic business planning, government relations, commercial land development, land use planning, marketing, communications, construction management, and customer service.

This experience is the result of holding positions such as Business Development Manager for Graham Construction, Vice President of Planning and Development

at the Winnipeg Airport Authority and the Chief Administrative Officer for the

City of Winnipeg. 

Alex’s educational background consists of degrees in Engineering and City Planning (where he was awarded the Mayor’s Medal for Significant Contributions to Urban Affairs) from the University of Manitoba. He is also an alumnus of the Harvard Kennedy School.  

Expertise

  • Economic Development

  • Project and Construction Management

  • Organizational Leadership & Business Planning

  • Intergovernmental Relations

  • Land Use Planning

  • Marketing and Communications

  • Customer Service 

Education

  • Faculty of Engineering, B.Sc. Civil Engineering, University of Manitoba

  • Faculty of Engineering, Graduate Studies (Transporation Engineering), University of Manitoba

  • Certificate in Land Development Management, Northwestern University

  • Local Government Leadership, Banff School of Management

  • Kennedy School, program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government, Harvard University

  • Faculty of Architecture, Master of City Planning, University of Manitoba