Chris Crozier, P.Eng., Founder, CEO

Chris Crozier is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of C.F. Crozier & Associates Inc. A natural leader with ambition and an entrepreneurial spirit, Chris established the firm in 2004 as a three-person boutique firm and has since molded the company into one of Ontario’s leading land development service consultancies.

As CEO and Chairman of the Board, Chris leads the development of the company’s strategic direction and provides leadership to the company’s officers, executives, and shareholders. He promotes a strong work culture that enhances the employee experience and drives success both internally and externally.

Chris has always been well respected for his leadership, community involvement, and business acumen. Throughout his career, he has epitomized the core value of entrepreneurship, investing in others so they may thrive and become entrepreneurs themselves. His desire to create an employee-owned company through its shareholder program is but one example of how he achieves this. Fostering meaningful relationships with his employees and customers has been the foundation of Chris’s vision for the firm and are what drive the company’s growth, innovation, and creativity.

Chris holds a Civil Engineering and Management degree from McMaster University and has over 30 years of consulting experience in municipal site servicing and water resources engineering. In 2017, he was named one of McMaster University Faculty of Engineering’s Top 150 Alumni. He maintains his involvement with the university as a member of the Faculty of Engineering Dean’s Advisory Board and is an employer of numerous MacEng graduates and co-op students. He remains committed to supporting engineering students’ pursuit of education such that in 2021, the company launched its inaugural C.F. Crozier & Associates Inc. Bursary supporting a deserving upper year engineering student.

An advocate for active community engagement, Chris is past president of the Georgian Triangle Development Institute, a not-for-profit which fosters relations between the development industry and all levels of the government and public. He has a keen interest in economic development and attainable housing and regularly contributes to committees and workshops with the Town of Collingwood. He also holds long-standing relationships with many local charitable organizations including Home Horizon, Georgian Bay Club Foundation, and Breaking Down Barriers. With a personal sentiment and deep appreciation towards Hospice Georgian Triangle and Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Foundation, Chris and his family continue to be proud supporters.

Chris has been happily married for 32 years and is a proud father of five.