December 2023

Construction Services | December 2023Pacific Northwest Painting Firm Plans for the FutureLong Painting Company

Construction Services | December 2023

Pacific Northwest Painting Firm Plans for the Future

Long Painting Company

Long Painting Company has been a presence in the Pacific Northwest since it was founded in 1967. Headquartered in Kent, Washington and with an office in Vancouver, Washington, it works across the Northwest and as far afield as Hawaii. The company is laying the groundwork to transition to a new ownership team that will sustain its reputation for stellar work and customer-first focus.

Atlantic Momentum | December 2023Family TiesWeir’s Construction

Atlantic Momentum | December 2023

Family Ties

Weir’s Construction

Weir’s Construction Limited has been something of an institution in Newfoundland for decades. Based in St. John’s, this family-run firm specializes in construction, infrastructure, and road and highway work, and can also supply aggregates and heavy equipment. It serves government, commercial, industrial, and residential markets, exclusively in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Atlantic Momentum | December 2023Pomerleau Celebrates 20 Years in Atlantic CanadaPomerleau

Atlantic Momentum | December 2023

Pomerleau Celebrates 20 Years in Atlantic Canada


With over two decades of business in Atlantic Canada, Pomerleau, one of Canada’s largest construction companies, boasts an extensive list of projects in eastern Canada. Since setting up shop in Halifax in 2003, Pomerleau has grown alongside the Atlantic communities where it builds. Today, the company has offices in Halifax, Nova Scotia, St. John’s, Newfoundland, and Moncton, New Brunswick.

Atlantic Momentum | December 2023Making Better SpacesFathom Studio

Atlantic Momentum | December 2023

Making Better Spaces

Fathom Studio

Fathom Studio in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia represents the coming together of two initially separate ventures: Ekistics Planning & Design and Form:Media. Director of Planning and Founder, Rob LeBlanc, created both businesses in the mid-1990s. Ekistics served as an urban planning and landscape architecture firm, and Form as an interpretive planning, wayfinding, and graphic design agency. In 2014, Ekistics added architecture to its services under the leadership of Chris Crawford, and in 2019, LeBlanc merged the companies to create Fathom Studio. Soon after, Crawford, and Director of Landscape Architecture, Devin Segal, joined as partners, and together grew the firm from around 20 to over 45 professionals today.

December 2023 | Engineering & DesignDriven by Passion, Pride, and Protecting the PlanetBailey Edward

December 2023 | Engineering & Design

Driven by Passion, Pride, and Protecting the Planet

Bailey Edward

A full-service, woman-owned firm offering architectural, engineering, planning, and interior design services, Bailey Edward places a strong focus on sustainability, well-being, and health in order to create distinctive, responsive designs that connect on all levels. Embracing the ecology of sites and places along with the people occupying them, the company strives to learn about and comprehend each challenge by incorporating skills, knowledge, and enthusiasm to improve the built environment to benefit society.

December 2023 | Engineering & DesignEmbracing ChangeWithersRavenel

December 2023 | Engineering & Design

Embracing Change


The future belongs to those who adapt fastest. It’s no wonder, then, that WithersRavenel has a bright and uncompromising future to look forward to after four decades of providing top-notch land development and municipal consultant services. As reflected in its robust 18 percent annual growth rate in recent years, the company adapts to clients’ needs with ease.

December 2023 | Engineering & DesignDesign, Play, LoveDesign Collaborative

December 2023 | Engineering & Design

Design, Play, Love

Design Collaborative

When looking at new projects, the idea often crosses one’s mind: what is good design? As it turns out, translating mood and ambience into color and texture is more complex than it might seem at first, which is why this question is perhaps the most pivotal guiding force for any design professional, underpinning their personal design manifesto and informing every new project they touch.


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