Who we are

Bridgeway Consulting Inc. is a Canadian consulting firm with a head office near Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

We provide professional services in the fields of Indigenous rights, consultation, collaboration, facilitation, negotiation, strategy and policy development, cultural and environmental impact assessment, corporate cross-cultural training, and project management services for a diverse range of projects.

Our clients include Indigenous communities, resource developers, other corporations, and government. We provide advice, support and lead collaboration on projects related to strategic planning, mining, oil & gas development, water resources management and green energy development. Bridgeway’s specific areas of expertise include:

Who we are

Dr. Andrea Kennedy Ph.D., P.Eng.

Dr. Andrea Kennedy Ph.D., P.Eng. Senior Partner

Dr. Andrea Kennedy Ph.D., P.Eng.

Senior Partner

Dr. Andrea Kennedy Ph.D., P.Eng.
Dr. Andrea Kennedy is a natural resource planning and consultation specialist. Andrea has extensive and demonstrated negotiation success, a broad and deep knowledge in key areas related to consultation and negotiation with Indigenous peoples and excellent project management skills.

Dr. Kennedy has worked with numerous First Nation communities throughout British Columbia on consultation and negotiation initiatives, and has had additional exposure to indigenous peoples’ issues through work abroad and travel in Central and South America. She has formed relationships with Pacific Coast First Nation individuals and gained an appreciation for the principles that govern their varied communities.
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Dr. Andrea Kennedy is a natural resource planning and consultation specialist, and a professional engineer. Andrea holds a PhD. in Indigenous Studies, law and land management. Andrea has deep knowledge and experience in provincial, national and global indigenous affairs, including land related cross cultural consultation. She has over twenty years of experience working in the fields of negotiation, consultation, community engagement, strategic planning and natural resource engineering. This valuable combination of education and career history has given her the ability to lead collaborative processes that allow for meaningful consultation and consent between Indigenous peoples, governments, and industrial proponents.