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Engineering company to contribute $20K per employee to buy first homes

July 8, 2021
By Talent Canada staff

Residential development in Collingwood, Ont. (Photo courtesy of Crozier)

C.F. Crozier & Associates Inc. (Crozier), a leader in land development engineering, has launched a First-Time Home Buyers’ Assistance Programwhich provides a contribution of up to $20,000 per employee to help fund the down payment on the purchase of their first home.

The program is designed to address the evolving needs of employees and help remove the barriers to home ownership.

“We have seen first-hand the increasing demand for residential development and the frustrating situations our employees find themselves in, such as extreme bidding wars, when trying to buy their first home in today’s market,” said Nick Mocan, president, Crozier, in a news release.

“We established the First-Time Home Buyers’ Assistance Program as a creative way to help make home ownership a reality for our employees because we strongly believe that their personal growth is as important as their career growth.”


The First-Time Home Buyers’ Assistance Program is part of Crozier’s ongoing investment to enhance the employee experience and establish the firm as an industry leader championing professional and personal development.

Created with the Government of Canada’s Home Buyers’ Plan in mind, this program provides financial assistance for the down payment of a home which is often a significant obstacle for first-time home buyers.

Crozier also offers various scholarships and mentorship initiatives to foster employee development and support the company’s ongoing expansion.

Focusing on private sector land development, Crozier is a multidisciplinary consulting engineering firm that provides services in civil, water resources, traffic/transportation, hydrogeological, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering, complemented by landscape architecture and building science.

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