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The Designers

Pam Tower and Nicole LeBlanc have both completed the NCIDQ examinations and have been Registered Interior Designers for 10 years and 6 years respectively. As active members in the IDNS, (Interior Designers of Nova Scotia) we attend Continuing Education Seminars regularly to gain product and industry knowledge. We have taken courses on updates to the Building Code, and our work always adheres to Code. We have a network of professionals and suppliers to turn to for additional expertise when needed.

PAM TOWER
Registered Interior Designer

Pam Tower graduated from Acadia University with a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Education. She later returned to school at Mount Royal College in Calgary, Alberta where she completed her diploma in Interior Design. She established Tower Interiors in Halifax in January 1996.

Pam successfully completed the NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Qualifications) exam in 2007 and became a Registered Interior Designer with the Interior Designers of Nova Scotia (IDNS). She chairs the Events committee, which is responsible for fundraising for the association.

Pam continually participates in earning CEU credits required by her profession, as well as attending trade shows and seminars to stay current in her knowledge. Ms Tower is an active member of the Nova Scotia Home Builders' Association, and sits on the marketing committee.

NICOLE LeBLANC
Registered Interior Designer

NICOLE LeBLANC

Registered Interior Designer

Nicole graduated from Georgian College of Applied Arts and Technology in 2006 and joined the team at Tower interiors in 2007. After having worked for four years as an Intern, Nicole qualified to write her NCIDQ (National Council for Interior Design Qualifications) exam in 2010 and achieved her designation as Registered Interior Designer with the Interior Designers of Nova Scotia in September 2011. Nicole chairs the CANstruction committee and sits on the HR committee within the IDNS.

Ms. LeBlanc continues to earn CEU credits to keep her professional certification. As well as, attend tradshows and seminars to stay current with today's trends and technology

She has recently completed two advanced social media courses through the NSHBA and the Nova Scotia Labour and Advanced education.