Atlantic firm takes on “Terrain” as new name
June 13, 2003
By Canadian Consulting Engineer
An Atlantic region consulting engineering firm has changed its name. Marking its 30th anniversary in May, Wallace M...
An Atlantic region consulting engineering firm has changed its name. Marking its 30th anniversary in May, Wallace Macdonald & Lively of Bedford, Nova Scotia is now “Terrain Group.”
The firm began in 1973 as a two-person surveying company, and later added municipal and civil engineering and planning services. Earlier this year, the company added a team of management consultants. They specialize in economics, viability studies, business and financial planning. The company now has 40 employees and 25 at a partner firm in Moncton, New Brunswick. Their recent project roster includes schools and a number of Atlantic superstores.
Terrain is a member partner of Terratech Consultants, which is contracted by Maritimes and Northeast Pipeline to provide legal and construction survey services for the 560-kilometer natural gas pipeline that carries natural gas from the Sable Offshore Energy field to the New England States.