Planning is an art form. It requires a wealth of information that is brought together to create a vision. Then the vision is deconstructed to its component parts so the plan can be translated into theme exhibit pieces and price per square foot.
We have had a number of large planning projects, most of which result in implementation, such as the Red Rock, Grand Marais or Trans Canada Trail projects. The first step in developing a large project is to create a concept plan.
To find out more about our planning projects visit these pages:
- Grand Marais Heritage Room Concept Plan
- Red Rock Marina Centre Interpretive Plan
- Brokenhead Ecological Reserve Interpretive Trail Concept Plan
- Grand Rapids Fish Hatchery Visitor Centre
- Centre d’interprétation Saint-Léon Interpretive Centre
- Duff Roblin Provincial Park Centre
- Trans Canada Trail Interpretive Plan
- Narcisse Snake Dens Interpretive Plan
- Alf Hole Goose Sanctuary Concept Plan