Leader of the firm's infrastructure projects practice, Paul Blundy has more than 35 years' experience combining construction and project finance. Paul's construction practice has included everything from traditional contract structures through complex delivery models, integrating construction contracts with strategic advice on the creation and structuring of project ownership, management and control arrangements, and dispute resolution. Paul's banking and project finance practice has included large and small loans, bond offerings, and private placements for all types of lenders in real estate development, power, mining, forestry, oil and gas, manufacturing, healthcare and transportation, structuring, procuring, and financing capital projects across all sectors. Bringing together construction and project delivery with banking and project finance, Paul has acted for public authorities, private consortia teams, lenders, underwriters, contractors, designers, and service providers, leading the way in the development and evolution of Public–Private Partnership (P3) transactions in Canada. His depth and diversity of experience in both construction and project finance positions him to provide comprehensive support on international and domestic projects.
Canadian Utilities Limited, Quanta Services, Inc. and Innovative Emergency Management was selected as the successful proponent and LUMA Energy, LLC and LUMA Energy ServCo, LLC entered into the Operation and Maintenance Agreement with each of the P3A and The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority
Alberta PowerLine is a partnership between Canadian Utilities (an ATCO company) and Quanta Services. Alberta PowerLine was selected by the Alberta Electric System Operator (the AESO) in December 2014 to design, build, own, operate and finance the Fort McMurray West 500 kV Transmission Project.
On March 15, 2017, the L.F. Wade International Airport Redevelopment Project in Bermuda achieved commercial and financial close. This project is being implemented under a framework agreement between the Government of Bermuda and the Canadian Commercial Corp. (CCC). Under the agreement, CCC will, through its subcontract with a subsidiary of Aecon Group, design and construct a new passenger terminal and related infrastructure under a fixed price, date-guaranteed design and construction contract valued at US$274 million.