2010 MBA Profile Page: Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram

Nov 3, 2010 | Chamber News

The 2010 Manitoba Business Awards,

Presenting Sponsor, Manitoba Lotteries

Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram: Recipient of the Award for Outstanding Small Business

About Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram:

Click here to access the Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram website.

In Their Own Words:

We asked Manitoba Business Awards finalists to say what they are most proud of in relation to their business in 120 words (give or take). Here is what Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram had to say:

“HTFC is proud of the lasting relationships we develop with our clients and the positive impact our landscape architecture and land use planning makes in the communities with whom we work.  Whether we are negotiating first nations land claims, promoting heritage recognition for our rivers, or creating new public open spaces, our focus is always on making Manitoba a better place to live, work and play.

Although we take great pride in our work, we are most proud of the talented, energetic and innovative individuals who are the heart and soul of our practice. The award winning projects we have been passionately implementing for over 40 years are a direct result of the supportive, interactive and creative office culture we foster together.”

Accepting the award for Hilderman Thomas Frank Cram is (2nd l to r) Jim Thomas, Maggie Martin, Monica Giesbrecht and Glen Manning; presented by MCC Chairman Wayne McWhirter (r) and MBA Jury Panel Chair Robert Filuk (l)

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