Tim Hogan



Tim brings more than twenty years of broad-ranging practice to the firm. He is an experienced project manager who is recognized throughout the region for his work with Indigenous communities and municipal leaders on community planning, land and resource assessment, land selection, land use planning, public and community consultation, policy development, and project implementation. Tim draws equally on his background in the social sciences, his familiarity with diverse cultures, and his technical knowledge in developing successful community landscapes. He applies meaningful consultation processes to help guide communities in undertaking insightful physical planning and policy creation. Tim also plays a key role in researching and assessing the loss of traditionally-used resources on affected communities; technical review of claim assessment and valuation studies; negotiation of land values and land settlements; and claim implementation processes. Tim has earned an enviable reputation for his public communications strategies, including traditional knowledge transfers, referendums, and approval processes.

Tim holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Sociology and a Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Manitoba, where his studies focused on universal design. He is a Registered Professional Planner (RPP), a Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners and is an Associate Member of the Manitoba Association of Landscape Architects. He served on the Executive Council for the Manitoba Professional Planners Institute from 2012 through 2019 and continues to volunteer in support of the Institute and the University of Manitoba Planning Department.

Outside of the office, Tim spends time undertaking construction and mechanical projects, playing music with friends and enjoying Canada’s wilderness with his family.

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