Stephanie's practice focuses primarily on public procurement, infrastructure, public-private partnerships (P3s) and construction law. She advises clients on the development, preparation and ongoing administration of public tenders and procurement processes, the development of template procurement documents, the development and negotiation of commercial agreements for the design, construction, financing and maintenance of infrastructure, and the development and negotiation of commercial agreements for goods and services across various sectors.
Stephanie acts for clients in a wide range of sectors, including transit and transportation, civil infrastructure, roads and bridges, water and wastewater, health-care services, information technology, gaming, energy and mining. She also regularly acts for both procuring entities and bidders with respect to conducting a successful procurement process, fairness issues, mitigating procurement risk and avoiding compliance issues.
Stephanie has expertise in the procurement of mega infrastructure development projects and alternative finance and procurement projects across multiple jurisdictions and has been at the forefront of many projects across Canada.
Stephanie also advises clients on a variety of commercial agreements across a range of sectors for goods, services and construction.