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McCarthy Tétrault
745 Thurlow Street
Suite 2400
Vancouver BC V6E 0C5
Canada

Work Department

Project Finance

Position

Focus on projects, project finance and infrastructure. Regularly advises project proponents on all aspects of the development of projects across Canada and internationally. Advises borrowers, banks, life insurance companies and pension funds regarding projects/project lending, and investment dealers regarding private placements of debt products relating to projects. Recent transactions include advising the successful bidder for the Finch West LRT Project and the lenders/underwriters to the successful bidder for the Gordie Howe International Bridge Project, the West Park Healthcare Centre Project, the Royal Inland Hospital Project, the Tlicho All-Season Road Project, the Highway 401 Expansion Project and a number of Regional Express Rail (Bundle 1) Projects.

Career

British Columbia Bar, 1990; Ontario Bar, 2018

Memberships

Law Society of British Columbia, Law Society of Ontario, Fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America.

Leisure

President and Chair of the Board of Ballet BC, an internationally acclaimed collaborative and creation-based contemporary ballet company that is a leader and resource in the creation, production and education of contemporary dance in Canada.

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Infrastructure projects

(Leading individuals)

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The projects group at McCarthy Tétrault has cemented a leading position in the market through its work on high-value P3 projects and major project finance transactions in the energy, technology and infrastructure sectors throughout Canada and abroad. The team is seasoned in the entire spectrum of matters related to the procurement, construction, financing and development of projects, ranging from roads, airports and railways to wastewater systems, transmission lines and social infrastructure. Vancouver-based Linda Brown is routinely engaged by banks, pension funds, borrowers and consortia of bidders in significant infrastructure projects. She chairs the practice with David Lever, who is based in Toronto. Godyne Sibay and Gordon Willcocks, whose areas of expertise include project development, PPPs and procurement, are other noteworthy practitioners in the Toronto office. Sitting in Vancouver, Morgan Troke  is go-to counsel for lender and borrower-side clients in relation to complex infrastructure projects and transactions.