Construction Law

Guidance through every step of construction projects

Construction Law

Our Construction Law team knows that successful projects require the right legal planning to ensure responsibilities and accountabilities are clear.

In the event that disputes arise, risks are high for all parties. Our Construction Law team has the bench strength with extensive expertise and experience in construction related cases. Most importantly, we realize the impact of construction disputes and work diligently to provide a swift, positive, and thorough outcome for our clients. We are nimble in our approach, and where possible will use alternative dispute resolution methods to minimize the impact of time and cost to your project.

We represent clients from all aspects of construction projects. This includes project owners, industry builders, vendors, contractors and managers, as well as the end owner and mortgagee.

We work in tandem with our Business Law and Real Estate Law teams to ensure your case, and your needs, are met fully and efficiently.

Our Services:

Planning

  • Contract drafting, review and negotiation
  • Bidding and Tendering
  • Pre-inspection building and home contracts
  • Zoning and Land use
  • Occupational Health and Safety

Liens

  • Placing liens
  • Enforcement of liens to ensure deficiencies are addressed
  • Support the resolution of liens against assets
  • Compliance with prompt payment legislation

Litigation

  • Adjudication and resolution of disputes, including contracts, assets and deficiencies

Tarion

  • Ensuring rights with respect to Tarion are met, including assessment and arbitration as needed

Have Questions?

Our Team

Partner
613-231-8344
Partner
613-231-8309
Partner
613-231-8367
Partner
613-231-8331
Lawyer
613-231-8312
Lawyer
613-231-8310

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