Infrastructure

It’s crucial to have a skilled, connected legal team to collaborate with you at every stage of your project.

From British Columbia's Sea to Sky Highway to Québec's mega-hospital projects, our team has been integral in the development and implementation of some of Canada’s largest and most novel public-private partnership (P3) projects.

We are uniquely positioned to successfully execute and close infrastructure projects of any size and nature. No matter the project’s location, sponsors or financiers, our team will work with you to ensure optimal results. Our extensive contacts within all levels of government have been instrumental in shaping and restructuring policy frameworks for the country's energy, water and hospital infrastructure.

As an industry leader, we have a wealth of experience in providing legal advice to range of clients, including:

  • developers
  • financiers
  • governments
  • government agencies
  • not-for-profit public owners

Our commitment to exceptional service has resulted in the frequent recognition of our legal professionals at home and abroad.

Experience

  • A design-build contractor in a $150 million complex arbitration regarding the design and construction of an Alberta highway infrastructure project. The arbitration involves numerous design and construction claims, as well as a significant schedule impact claim.
  • The Government of Nova Scotia’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, with the Halifax Infirmary and Community Outpatient Centre (Bayers Lake) elements of its Queen Elizabeth II New Generation Project.
  • Zurich in the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act (CCAA) proceedings of Bondfield Construction Company Limited (BCCL) and certain affiliates. Zurich was BCCL’s principal surety in its numerous construction and P3 projects. Zurich also acted as DIP Lender to BCCL during the CCAA Proceedings.

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