Major Cases Oct 15, 2019
Infrastructure and Major Projects: Dare to Think Big
The most ambitious dreams require well-advised and meticulously orchestrated planning.
In 2018, the Government of Quebec launched the Quebec Infrastructure Plan 2018-2028, which provides for investments of more than $100 billion over 10 years across 14 major business sectors, in addition to significant infrastructure investments by the Government of Canada, municipalities and other public bodies and the private sector.
These billions of dollars are part of a plan intended to protect our growth and quality of life in a sustainable manner through major infrastructure.
However, there are significant challenges in carrying out such projects. Early planning remains the key to ensuring its success and limiting any unpleasant surprises that may arise during their executions.
From environmental impacts and regulatory permits to public-private partnerships and their financing, as well as the specificities of cultural infrastructure, browse through our articles to learn all the nuts and bolts of this sector:
- Duties on the Transfer of Immovables in the Context of Major Projects
- Environmental Impacts of Major Construction Projects: 5 Takeaways to Conduct Your Major Projects with Due Diligence
- Financing the Réseau Express Métropolitain: What About Transportation Dues?
- How to Deal With Changes During the Course of a Major Construction Project
- Major Public Infrastructure Projects: Where Is Culture in All This?
- Obtaining Environmental Permits: Where to Start?
- Remember to Plan for Land Rehabilitation or for Management of Contaminated Soil in Your Projects
- Taking the Powers of Cities Into Account When Developing Your Projects
- The Autorité des Marchés Publics: What You Need to Know Regarding Major Projects and Request for Proposals
- Will Your Construction Project Be Subject to an Environmental Assessment?