Procido LLP construction lawyer Chad Eggerman has been named as a leading professional in the area of infrastructure in the Lexpert Special Edition: Infrastructure 2023 which was recently released.
Chad has advised on many infrastructure projects over the years, including: stadiums for professional sports teams, nuclear reactors, light rail systems in large cities, hospitals, regional waste management centres, psychiatric centres, airports, schools, fire halls, civic centres, aquatic facilities, and of course roads and bridges.
Chad has drafted, reviewed and negotiated nearly all combinations of design, build, finance, operate & maintain agreements as well as engineering, procurement, construction, construction management contracts and most forms of leases, among many other forms of contracts. Chad has also advised on public-private partnerships (P3/PPP) infrastructure projects and worked on projects in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario.
The focus of the Lexpert Special Edition: Infrastructure 2023 is on moving forward and going green. The publication unpacks government priorities as Ottawa looks to go green and clean and the provinces focus on public transit and roads. Most infrastructure projects across Canada now incorporate sustainability principles and reducing harmful green house gas emissions. Chad brings a deep experience with sustainability and emissions reduction to his construction law practice.
In the unfortunate situation your infrastructure project does not proceed as planned, Procido LLP also has an experienced and growing Litigation team to resolve construction disputes. As Procido LLP is not beholden to the billable hour, our “front-end” contract lawyers collaborate extensively with our “back-end” litigation lawyers to provide a seamless “cradle-to-grave” advisory service on infrastructure projects.