About our firm

A quick look at the company and where our team has worked.


Tomorrow’s Resilience, Today

With offices in Canada and the Caribbean, and an interdisciplinary team of associates located all over the world, we embody the new professional paradigm of effective disaster resilience. We stand out from the field by providing international disaster and emergency management expertise while strengthening our clients’ capacity to ‘do it themselves’.

McAllister & Craig Disaster Management blends international disaster management best practice with cross-sectoral innovation. We design and implement projects and programs in robust economies, emerging markets, urban centers and fragile states.

Around the world and here at home, we’re building Tomorrow’s Resilience, Today™.

The global experience of our team

Our team members have global experience and expertise in all aspects of disaster and emergency management.

Afghanistan 
Emergency response and recovery in active conflict zones, support to National emergency plans for the health sector.

Argentina 
Delivered first responder training in emergency medical interventions.

Bangladesh 
Development of search-and-rescue and urban emergency response capacity.

Bhutan 
Development of national search-and-rescue capability and national emergency operations centre.

Brazil 
Established remote first responder training base.

Canada 
Continent-leading approach to forest fire mitigation and risk-sensitive land use planning. Design and implementation of emergency management programs including plans, emergency operations, continuity of operations, and program assessment.

Caribbean 
Advised private sector on rapid deployment housing strategies and disaster coordination infrastructure.

Croatia 
Quality assurance for post conflict electoral exercise.

China 
Established remote first responder training base.

Democratic Republic of the Congo 
Managed disaster relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction projects.

Ethiopia 
Resilience assessment and advice for national and regional capital cities.

Former Yuguslav Republic of Macedonia 
Establishment of the multi-ethnic police training academy.

Georgia 
Assessed national preparedness and response capacity.

Guyana 
Delivered first responder training in emergency medical interventions.

India 
State and municipal response interoperability improvements.

Ivory Coast 
Humanitarian needs assessments in active conflict zones.

Japan 
Workshop for strategic investment in disaster preparedness.

Kenya 
Comprehensive emergency medical training of physicians, nurses and medics in low-resource areas.

Kosovo 
Post conflict development of civil society.

Liberia 
Emergency response to significant human disease outbreaks.

Nepal 
Post 2015 Gorkha earthquake response system assessment.

Pakistan 
Management of widespread flood and earthquake response and recovery.

Seychelles 
Assessed and advised on national and local response capacity strategies.

Sierra Leone 
Disaster recovery and needs assessments for the health sector.

Tanzania 
Established wilderness emergency medical response infrastructure.

United States of America 
Interagency and international disaster data sharing methodology.