For virtually every construction project, whether large or small, a written contract will usually govern the relationship between the parties, and will be the key interpretive document should any future issues arise.
For this reason, it is important that the contract, which solidifies the relationship between the parties be a thorough and well drafted document, prepared by those who have the knowledge, skill, experience and expertise to prepare the right contract to meet the needs of the parties.
McLennan Ross has a team of skilled and competent lawyers with extensive experience in drafting, negotiating and reviewing contractual documents, including:
General construction contracts
Tendering and procurements documents
Request for Proposal (RFP) documents
Public Private Partnership (PPP) agreements
Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) contracts
Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Management (EPCM/EPC) contracts
McLennan Ross strives to provide their skill and expertise in a cost-effective manner, and has done so for a variety of clients in the construction industry, ranging from simple homeowners to large international oil companies.
Acted for an international oil company in the preparation of complex RFP documents, which included comprehensive FEED contracts and EPCM/EPC contracts.
Represented a major contractor in negotiation of PPP agreements for the construction of a portion of the Anthony Henday Highway in Edmonton.
Represented owners in a public private partnership for the development of electric generation and transmission projects in the Northwest Territories.
Acted for owners in the preparation of EPCM/EPC contracts for the construction of a coal gasification facility in Alberta and a hydroelectric facility in the Northwest Territories.
Negotiated and drafted custom trade subcontracts on behalf of the owner and construction manager, for a multi-billion dollar commercial development.
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