Transformational Projects,
Strategic Business Investments

Leaders in Transformational Projects
Visionary Leadership + Strategy + Plan +

McNair gets involved with people who have vision; a vision of a better future for their community, their region, their enterprise or their institution; a vision of growth and prosperity, and a more successful future. These people take on dynamic opportunities that include a variety of stakeholders, innovative delivery approaches and complex risk management plans. These are Transformational Projects that prepare you for the future.
Capital Expansion. Community Infrastructure. First Nation Wind Energy. Campus Renewal. Resource Development. Agency Startup. Program Divestiture. Private/Public Project Development. Private/Public Cost Benefit. We’ve done all this and more.

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Leaders in
Strategic Business Investments
Business Owner + Opportunity + Investment + Execution=Outcomes
McNair understands Saskatchewan companies because we are a Saskatchewan company and invest and work throughout the province. We become trusted advisors to business owners (and often their management teams) wanting their companies to grow because they see new opportunity. We help business owners with decisions around Strategic Business Investments. We serve as a Business Development Partner and can source Private Equity as well as work with financiers.
Company Acquisition. Enter New Market. Negotiate International Agreement. Facilitate Joint Venture. Sale of Non-Strategic Venture. Business Divestiture. Buyout of Partner. Establish New Operating Company. Financing and Corporate Restructuring. Interim CEO and Executive Management. We’ve done all this and more.

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our News
June 10
College Avenue Campus Renewal Project gets major funding from Conexus

McNair is pleased with our role in this project including with the business case and our role in the strategy for partnerships and engagement and procurement.

June 9
Proposed New Partnership to advance College Avenue Campus Renewal

McNair is proud of our work with the U of R related to the renewal of the College Avenue Campus in Regina and in finding a development partner in Conexus.  This includes over the last several years, business feasibility, due diligence, funding applications, developing and participating in RFP process to select a partner as part of a team with the U of R.

May 31
RM of Sherwood Opens New Office Building

We would like to congratulate the RM of Sherwood on the grand opening of their new office building!  McNair has had the pleasure of working with the RM of Sherwood over the last several months on a number of capital planning projects.  Congrats!

May 27
Housing First to Launch in Regina

McNair is pleased to have been asked to develop a Regina Model for Housing First, which was completed in December 2015, which is now being implemented under a pilot project.  This involved jurisdictional research, engaging the community, and identifying a framework for delivery.

May 27
McNair has been working alongside Rural Municipalities, First Nations, Government Ministries and Crown Corporations on economic development strategies and projects, negotiations with resource companies and service providers, and developing cost-benefit and business feasibility studies for community facilities, site utility servicing, fire servicing, and water treatment plants.  These projects can be transformational to a community and are important decisions which must be considered in terms of the potential costs and benefits, the potential risks, and how to fund and finance to get best value for the community.  McNair works as a trusted business and project advisor during the early stages of defining community needs and investigating potential solutions to address these needs.

McNair understands many of the issues Rural Municipalities have as they look for solutions for infrastructure and economic development needs, while dealing with competing demands.  We have experience helping many Rural Municipalities achieve favorable outcomes.  Recently, we have developed cost benefit analysis models for Rural Municipalities as part of a decision tool to make decisions on large capital infrastructure projects.  In other cases we have worked as strategic advisors for Rural Municipalities in negotiations and discussions with mining companies and potential service providers; among other examples.

We are a Saskatchewan firm and work with municipalities and organizations across the province.  Please check-out our website at and feel free to send Rachelle Holterman, Senior Project Director, an email or give us a call to find out more about us and the work we do.  We would enjoy discussing with you how we might help your community grow and prosper.