Construction and Engineering
Canada’s construction and engineering sector consists of companies and firms of all shapes and sizes including multi-nationals that operate on projects worldwide. This sector is responsible for building large-scale infrastructure and is largely tied to government investment in public infrastructure and private sector investment. Issues can arise with regard to construction disputes, cancelled or breach of contract claims and allegations of corruption and bribery. When allegations and disputes arise, having financial and accounting experts that are versed the challenges facing the construction and engineering sector is paramount.
CHS has extensive experience in the construction and engineering sectors. Our assignments have entailed major damages quantifications in breach of contract cases, construction delay claims, and business valuations for shareholder, family or matrimonial disputes. We have also been involved in significant investigations involving allegations of corruption, kickbacks and bribery.
Oppression Case Involving Engineering Consulting FirmOppression matter involving valuation of shares of a privately held engineering consulting company at two different valuation dates and critique of an opposing expert’s valuations.Learn More
Arbitration Involving Construction Design Errors and OmissionsArbitration concerning additional and unanticipated costs incurred by the builder of a new public transit line in Canada resulting from the Defendant’s design errors and omissions.Learn More
Government of Canada – Construction DisputeRetained by the Department of Justice in a construction dispute for purposes of assisting in issues related to a construction delay claim by a contractor against the Crown.Learn More
Valuation of Profits Earned on Housing DevelopmentDetermination of profits earned on housing development for purposes of a disputed buyout valuation amongst shareholders.Learn More