Lampros Stougiannos practises corporate and commercial law with a focus on infrastructure, public-private partnerships and renewable energy, as well as on government contracting and procurement law. Based in both Montréal and Ottawa offices, Lampros provides counsel to private and public sector clients on the development, construction and operation of projects in a variety of sectors, including transportation and transit, municipal and social infrastructure, healthcare, energy, mining and real estate. He possesses strong, established regional and global knowledge on matters involving the structuring, procurement, financing, construction, operation and maintenance of projects implemented under a range of delivery models, both in Canada and abroad. His experience includes advising in regards to public-private partnership, EPC, EPCM, design-build, outsourcing, and operations and maintenance arrangements. He also skillfully guides and counsels both governments and bidders on issues relating to both public and private procurement mechanisms, including on the preparation of tender documentation.