Company Resources

Here you can access electronic versions of our company and service profiles, as well as B&A’s presentation library. Learn more about our perspectives on the latest trends and topics of interest in community and land development planning.

B&A Company Information Materials

The following links are PDFs of our company profile materials. If you require any assistance with these materials, please contact our Marketing & Communications Advisor, Steve Morris.

B&A Presentations

2016 SPPI Conference, ‘Home Grown’, September 19 – 21, 2016

Once the Ink Dries: Reflections on Design Regina from Concept to Implementation, Nathan Petherick

Nathan co-presented with the City of Regina and Harvard Developments on Design Regina from approval to implementation. Topics explored included the core directives of the Plan with respective to complete community development, reflections on the developer funded secondary concept plan process, and overview of several case studies.  

Once the Ink Dries Presentation

Back to the Roots of Placemaking & Urban Design, Sonny Tomic  

Sonny hosted an interactive workshop session outlining the latest trends in urban design, downtown revitalization and place-making and how they can be applied to the development of home-grown, community based solutions to improve Saskatchewan towns and cities. The session also involved a mini design charrette to re-envision an old public school site in the Town of Swift Current where the conference was being hosting.

Back to the Roots of Placemaking & Urban Design Presentation

Community Planners Association of Alberta Conference, May 2-3, 2016

Urban Design and Place-making: From Vision to Implementation, Sonny Tomic

Sonny provided recommendations on best-practices and approaches for creating towns and cities that are vibrant, visually attractive, safe and accessible to all.

Evolution of Municipal Growth Planning and the Importance of Inter-Municipal Collaboration, Nathan Petherick &  Liisa Tipman

Nathan & Liisa shared their experiences and case studies on how Municipal Growth Planning, especially in relation to inter-municipal collaboration, is continuing to evolve and recommended best practices.