Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith  

Senior Associate

Executive Summary

Andrew Smith is a senior associate at the Toronto office of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. Andrew is a member of the Construction Group.

Representative Work

  • Acted for co-sponsors Cambridge Memorial Hospital and Infrastructure Ontario in the $150-million Build Finance project involving the building of a new wing and renovations to existing patient care spaces (August 2014).
  • Acted for co-sponsors William Osler Health System (Osler) in the $491-million Build, Finance and Maintain project for the new Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness, located in downtown Brampton (May 2014).
  • Acted for the City of Ottawa in the $2.1B DBFM project for the development of the City’s Confederation Line, the City’s first light rail transit project which included the wideningof Highway 417 (February 2013). In respect of the widening of Highway 417, assisted with the drafting of the separate project scope and liaising with the City, Infrastructure Ontario and the Ministry of Transportation to address the interests of the multiple stakeholders.
  • Acted for co-sponsors Infrastructure Ontario and Metrolinx in the $128.6-million Design, Build and Finance project for the three-kilometre "spur line" and new passenger station for the Air Rail Link between Toronto's Union Station and Toronto Pearson International Airport (December 2011).
  • Acted for co-sponsors St. Joseph's Health Care, London and Infrastructure Ontario in the $1.1- billion Design, Build, Finance and Maintain project for new mental healthcare facilities in London and St. Thomas (March 2011).
  • Acted for co-sponsors Mental Health Centre Penetanguishene (Waypoint Centre for Mental Health) and Infrastructure Ontario in the $634.1-million Design, Build, Finance and Maintain project for the hospital's new forensic mental health facility (January 2011).
  • Acted for co-sponsors St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton and Infrastructure Ontario in the $1.196- billion Design, Build, Finance and Maintain project for the hospital's new West 5th Campus project in Hamilton, Ontario (December 2010).
  • Acted for co-sponsors Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and Infrastructure Ontario in the $551-million Design, Build, Finance and Maintain project for the redevelopment of the Queen Street West site in Toronto (December 2009).
  • Acted for co-sponsors Windsor Regional Hospital and Infrastructure Ontario in the $91.6-million Build Finance project to provide a specialized mental health hospital (June 2009).
  • Acted for co-sponsors Royal Victoria Hospital of Barrie and Infrastructure Ontario in the $258.5- million Build Finance project for the addition of the Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Centre and renovations to, and increased capacity in, the Emergency and Diagnostic Imaging Departments and a dedicated Coronary Care Unit (February 2009).
  • Acted for co-sponsors Lakeridge Health Corporation of Oshawa and Infrastructure Ontario in the $91.5-million Build Finance project for increase capacity in a number of inpatient areas, including medical/surgical, dialysis, birthing and pediatrics, rehabilitation, and child, adolescent and adult mental health (February 2009).
  • Acted for co-sponsors The Ottawa Hospital/L'Hôpital d'Ottawa and Infrastructure Ontario in the $46.7-million Build Finance project in respect of The Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre Program (December 2007).
  • Acted for co-sponsors Queensway-Carleton Hospital and Infrastructure Ontario in the $66.3-million Build Finance project in respect of The Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre Program (December 2007).