Media Release: HTFC Planning & Design Partners with CentrePort Canada

Winnipeg, MB – HTFC Planning & Design announced today its partnership with CentrePort Canada, North America’s largest tri-modal inland port and foreign trade zone. Participating at the strategic partner level, HTFC Planning & Design joins a respected group of companies and organizations who are a part of CentrePort’s Marketing Partnership Program – a program designed for businesses looking to increase their networks and profile and connect with other businesses located within the inland port.


Aerial image of CentrePort site.

“We are thrilled to join an impressive roster of Manitoba companies to support the development of this inland port and the prosperity of the province,” said Glen Manning, Principal at HTFC Planning & Design. “We’re encouraged to see CentrePort’s vision for greater sustainability, with regards to topics like transportation, energy, land drainage, and urban design, and eager to provide support on these fronts in the coming years.”

17febavaillandmap.t1487702496Located just one-hour north of the United States, CentrePort Canada offers 20,000 acres of high-quality, affordable industrial land and unique access to tri-modal transportation, including three Class I railways (Canadian National, Canadian Pacific, and BNSF Railway), a 24/7 global air cargo airport and an international trucking hub.

“CentrePort is excited to partner with world-class HTFC Planning & Design,” said Diane Gray, President & CEO, CentrePort Canada. “As momentum continues within the inland port’s development, the local business community’s interest and support is on the rise. We look forward to our partnership with HTFC and their investment towards Manitoba’s greatest economic development opportunity.”

For more information on CentrePort’s Marketing Partnerships Program, visit For more information about HTFC Planning & Design’s services, visit:

Founded in 1969, HTFC Planning and Design is an award-winning firm that specializes in landscape architecture, community and resource planning, economic development, urban and interpretive design. While their work is focused on the prairie, boreal forest and arctic regions of North America, HTFC Planning & Design has undertaken projects throughout Canada and as far afield as Eastern Europe, South America, and Africa.

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