With stimulus funds rolling out to support a post-pandemic economic recovery, governments across the country are primed to continue their investment in new infrastructure and upgrade their existing assets. Whether you’re building renewable-energy facilities to provide power to growing neighbourhoods, revitalizing public parks or community centres, or expanding transportation through road or railway networks, governments, developers and contractors can expect to be busy for years to come.
Osler’s National Construction and Infrastructure Group has decades of experience advising clients on construction and infrastructure projects of all sizes. Working alongside our project finance and public-private partnership groups, we provide end-to-end coverage on all aspects of a project’s life cycle, from procurement and launch to completion and operation.
Drawing on the deep expertise of our multi-disciplinary lawyers, we can navigate the industry’s intricate webs of contracts, advise on optimal structuring and planning, assist with administration and risk management, and resolve disputes that may come up between parties during the course of construction.
As both large and small projects transform the places Canadians live, work and play, it’s important to work with a law firm who has done it before and can help get your job done on time and on budget.