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“CMV Group architects is one of Canada’s leading architecture firms. Since its inception in 1973, CMV Group architects (formerly SMV architects) has won numerous awards and gained a reputation for innovation and sustainable design. The firm provides a full range of planning and design services in a variety of sectors. Notable projects include Mountain Equipment Co-op (various locations), 400 Wellington West and the Village at Blue Mountain. CMV Group has a long-standing relationship with Brandy Lane, having designed the award winning loggia, THE STATION and The Davies condominium projects in Toronto as well as the Wyldewood and Wyldewood Cove projects in Collingwood to great success. CMV Group applies a collaborative, inclusive approach to design, production and implementation, and is committed to advancing sustainable design efforts through its work.”


Crozier & Associates Consulting Engineers provides private sector land developers with civil, water resources, traffic/transportation, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering services, along with landscape architecture and building science services. With offices in Toronto, Milton, Bradford, and Collingwood, Crozier & Associates serves the Greater Golden Horseshoe and beyond. Their engineers work collaboratively with planners, developers, architects, landowners and other stakeholder groups to advance commercial, industrial and residential projects from design through to construction completion.


“Travis & Associates was established in 2002 by Colin Travis to provide professional land use planning and development services to a diverse range of clients predominantly in the private sector. Travis and Associates services and client base are centered on the Southern Georgian Bay regions of Grey and Simcoe Counties. Working with a select group of like-minded professionals a comprehensive team approach to design, approvals and development is assured while being enhanced through excellent working relationships with approval authorities.”