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Dispute resolution (ADR)

Mediations:

 

3.5M $ claim for extra work and impact costs from a general contractor against a federal department in relation with the construction of a veterans hospital.

 

200K$ claim from a consulting engineering firm against the Department of Foreign Affairs for additional design work pertaining to a Canadian chancery.

2.5M $ litigation between a structural steel manufacturer and its installation subcontractor in relation with supplementary works, loss of productivity and delay claims resulting from the erection of the megatrusses in the structure of a convention center in downtown Montreal.

Between a real estate company, a construction and engineering company and two general contractors in relation with a 2M $ litigation resulting from paving works of the underground parkings of two buildings in downtown Montreal.

During the execution of the works on the extension of an operating water filtration plant for a list of unresolved disputes (2M$) between a general contractor and a city.

Between a general contractor and a public body in relation with a 1.4 M $ delay claim resulting from the addition and alteration of an existing hospital.

A 6 year litigation (5M$) involving a general contractor, a college and the project professionals in relation with a delay claim and counter-claim resulting from the addition and renovation of an existing building.

Between a general contractor and a college in Montreal,  in relation with a 600 K $ dispute resulting from a delay claim and a subcontractor claim for extra work and delay.

Dispute (0.5M$) between a general contractor and a city in relation with the construction of its new city hall. The dispute involved unpaid extras and a claim for delay.

Between a mechanical contractor and a multinational industrial company in relation with a 1M$ dispute resulting from works carried out on a time and material basis at a tar sands project in Alberta.

Dispute between a general contractor and a public owner in relation with a claim ($2M) for extra work and delay resulting from the renovation of a building in Montreal.

Construction dispute (approx. $0.5M) between a construction-engineering firm and an institutional owner in relation with a claim for additional costs resulting from the delay in the completion of an underground parking (approx. value 15M$), in Montreal.

Conflict resulting from a design-build contract between a general contractor and the  federal government, in relation with the construction of airport facilities in Northern Quebec.

Between a general contractor and a quasi-public owner in order to resolve their conflict ($1.9M) originating from cladding repair work on an office building in downtown Montreal.

Dispute ($4M) opposing a general contractor and a private owner resulting from the construction of a luxury hotel in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec.

Claim ($1.3M) by a general contractor against a public institution in relation with extra work and delay resulting from the construction of a new building in Montreal.

Dispute (0.5M $) between a contractor and a major public utility in relation with architectural works in an infrastructure project in James Bay.

Two litigations (total 8M $) opposing a general contractor and a city following the construction of a building with a cultural vocation and a heritage building, in the Outaouais region.

Between the administrators of a condominium and their insurer in relation with a claim (450K$) resulting from a fire.

Claim (1M$) against an professional liability insurer in relation with the faulty design of a concrete structure used as an environmental treatment equipment.

Member of a panel of three facilitators mandated to carry out a partnering process on one of the phases of the restoration of the parliamentary buildings, in Ottawa .

Arbitrations:

Acted as a sole arbitrator in eight (8) commercial cases up to a value of 1.5M $, six (6) of which involved disputes resulting from construction works with expert evidence.

In each of these cases the parties were represented by lawyers and the hearings lasted from half a day to ten days. These hearings were mostly held in Montreal but also in Quebec city and Rouyn-Noranda. One of these arbitrations was held during the construction works at the origin of the dispute. Three arbitrations related to soil conditions.

Some of these arbitrations were governed by the rules of the Code of civil procedure and others by the rules of the Canadian Construction Document Committee (CCDC40).