Bousfields takes the health of our staff, our clients, our industry colleagues, and our community with the greatest of care. In order to support public health efforts, the Bousfields’ team will be working offsite. We are available to serve our clients and industry colleagues from our out of office locations – through email, telephone, and video conference. We remain committed to providing the highest level of professional service during these challenging times. We are especially grateful to the health care workers in our community for their advice and leadership, and their care to those in need. We wish you and your families good health. Thank you for your support and understanding.
We are pleased to announce that the firm will be opening a new office in Hamilton. If you’re ever in the neighbourhood and need some planning advice, come on by!
…new staff and promotions within our firm. Welcome and congrats to Shadi, Joshua and David!
Engagements and Weddings and Babies, oh my!! Lots to celebrate this spring at Bousfields. Congrats to this bunch!
Bousfields congratulates the following employees on their many accomplishments and is pleased to announce the promotion of Stephanie Kwast & Roxy Shiell to Senior Associates, Mike Dror to Associate, Allison Chewter to Senior Planner and Michael Lewis to Senior Graphic Designer.
A successful haul for the 2018 51 Division’s Toy & Food Drive!! Bousfields raised over $700 through our cookie and raffle fundraisers for this great cause and collected a range of items for children, teens, seniors and their pets. Happy Holidays!
The University of Toronto Department of Geography & Planning and the Planning Alumni Committee (PAC), have selected Lindsay Dale-Harris as the recipient of the 2018 PAC Distinguished Planning Alumnus Award.
Well deserved Lindsay, congratulations!
Thank you for your interest in Bousfields, please send your resume and cover letter, for the Urban Planner Position to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Michelle Tiger, who was a planning intern here at Bousfields from April-August 2018. Michelle’s Ryerson Studio Group, “The Missing Middle – The Review of the City of Toronto’s Official Plan Neighbourhood Policies”, is the recipient of the Ted Tyndorf Award.
This award is given to an undergraduate studio group who demonstrates integrity, outstanding vision and commitment to community planning through client-based project work and engagement agencies and firms.
Bousfields’ Tyler Grinyer, Caitlin Allan and Mike Dror were all collaborators on this project and are thrilled for the Studio Group!