The practice of construction law includes the core areas of procurement (including tendering and requests for proposals), project delivery, consulting and construction contracts, material and equipment supply contracts, liens and dispute resolution. Our Construction, Infrastructure and Procurement practice acts for and works closely with owners, developers, architects, engineers, major contractors, subcontractors and suppliers on work ranging from routine construction and engineering projects and material and equipment supply contracts to major infrastructure developments and public-private partnerships. The practice often requires a multidisciplinary and team approach, particularly with regard to large projects. Lawyers within our group also have experience in the related areas of financing, energy, environmental and regulatory, health infrastructure, transportation, mining, aboriginal, insurance, real estate law and public - private partnerships.
Whether it's strategic project planning, developing procurement strategies, negotiating, tendering or interpreting contracts, or resolving disputes through negotiation, mediation, arbitration or litigation, our Construction, Infrastructure and Procurement Lawyers can draw on their knowledge and experience in the industry to assist clients pragmatically and effectively.