Brittany joined Crozier in 2013 after completing her undergrad degree in Engineering and Management at McMaster University. She initially worked with our structural and transportation departments and has since transitioned to the Land Development group. Now as Professional Engineer, Associate, and Manager, Land Development, she is a key leader in land development projects based out of our Collingwood office.
She works closely with multi-disciplinary teams of both internal and external consultants to provide design solutions for a range of private land development projects. Showing superior organizational skills, and building on experience from various departments, Brittany now has a portfolio containing some of our biggest and most active land development clients. She is proficient in managing large-scale developments including Master Planned communities and Greenfield Secondary Plan implementation work.
Brittany works with clients from the initial zoning stages through detailed design and completion. She is well versed with Municipal Class Environmental Assessments and dealing with multi-tier regulation agencies to secure approvals.
Brittany has a strong voice for our company and is always eager to chase new opportunities and initiatives that come her way. She is very involved in University outreach programs, specifically for Women in Engineering, and works closely with our co-op program in the Collingwood office.
Brittany’s involvement extends beyond the office, as she currently serves as the president of the Georgian Triangle Development Institute (GTDI). A vital organization that represents the interests of local development businesses and advocates for the growth and development of South Georgian Bay.