Trevor Hume is EDM’s Senior Geomatics Specialist, Community Consultation Specialist, and Project Manager with more than 20 years experience. He has lead several of EDM’s largest and best known regional planning projects, including Blue Mountain/Birch Cove Lakes Regional Park in Halifax and the Chignecto South Master Plan in Fundy National Park, New Brunswick.
Trevor provides GIS and project management services to large-scale geomatics clients, such as Service Nova Scotia, municipal governments, federal departments and agencies, and private firms. His experience has allowed him to become a power user of a wide range of GIS applications including ArcGIS. Trevor has used GIS software and development tools to support scientific, engineering, and planning projects throughout Atlantic Canada. He has worked particularly closely with Margot Young on a wide variety of suitability models, including the models used for Birch Cove Lakes/Blue Mountain, spatial/demographic/cohort models used for the Charlottetown Parks and Openspace Master Plan, and other cultural models including the Cultural and Heritage Model for Halifax. Trevor is particularly familiar with the incorporation of land use and ecological management issues in GIS-based models and master plans, and is adept at solving complex problems using innovative and creative approaches. Trevor also has an in-depth knowledge of environmental and other government approval processes and routinely works both directly with and coordinates the various professionals required to successfully complete these processes and move projects forward.
Trevor has a Geography degree from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, and a Diploma in Geomatics and Remote Sensing from the Centre of Geographic Sciences (COGS) in Lawrencetown.