a bridge over a river in a city

Public Infrastructure

As P3 projects become increasingly common and lucrative, it’s crucial to have a skilled team of advocates and advisors to guide you through all stages of the process.
We are Canada’s highest-rated construction law group. We advised on Ontario’s first P3 health care project and have worked on more than 40 local and international public infrastructure projects. We represent key participants in the P3 process, providing clients with first-rate project financing advice and services.

Our diverse range of clients includes government agencies, teams bidding on projects, lenders and contractors.

We guide clients in:

  • structuring financial arrangements
  • preparing procurement models
  • avoiding disputes
  • resolution methods

We have extensive experience with P3 rail projects, including:

  • Ottawa rail transit
  • Edmonton’s Valley Line light rail transit project
  • Toronto’s Pearson Airport spur line
  • Vancouver’s Millennium Line extension and Canada Line SkyTrain
  • Mumbai’s Metro light rail transit

Our expertise in the health care sector includes:

  • Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
  • Montréal’s McGill University Health Centre
  • City of Ottawa Paramedic Service headquarters

We represent public authorities and agencies in a range of property development matters, including:

  • the development permit process
  • land covenants
  • property easements
  • slope stability and related site risks
  • long-term leasing/licensing of public facilities and other public infrastructure properties

Experience

  • The Region of Peel on hearings of necessity, negotiations, BON proceedings and arbitrations associated with expropriating land needed to widen and improve Mayfield Road in the cities of Brampton and Caledon.
  • Advocate before the Canada Transportation Agency (CTA) and Transport Canada (TC) regarding investigations and orders related to rail carriers, rail lines and related matters and incidents.
  • Project and procurement planning advice, and negotiate agreements for implementing new rail transit systems, including procurement structure and process matters, all procurement documents, and the regulatory planning and approvals process involving regulatory agencies at the federal, provincial and municipal levels.

Testimonials

Key Contacts

Stay Up to Date

Subscribe to receive our insights and perspectives on the latest legal developments that will affect you.
Register