181 Bay St, Suite 4400, Brookfield Pl, Bay Wellington Twr, Toronto, ON
Year called to bar: 1989 (ON)
Tim Murphy, former Chief of Staff to Canada’s Prime Minister, assists consortia, lenders and governments in project financing major infrastructure assets across Canada. He has extensive experience in construction, energy and procurement. He is currently chair of the public authority building the Gordie Howe Bridge through a P3 model. Other recent transactions include the Finch LRT, Champlain Bridge, the Alderville First Nation Solar Farm and the Hurontario LRT. He is the author of the leading text Public-Private Partnerships in Canada: Law, Policy and Value for Money and is the author/editor of the textbook Construction Law in Canada. He has a Master of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. He is the CEO and Managing Partner at McMillan LLP and a Managing Director of McMillan Vantage Policy Group, a public policy advisory firm. He serves on the Board of Directors of Morguard REIT, one of Canada’s leading real estate companies and is Chair of the Board of the Toronto Community Housing Corporation, the City’s housing agency with more than 111,000 tenants. He has previously served as a Member of Provincial Parliament in the Ontario Legislature.
On November 3, 2017, Infrastructure Ontario and Metrolinx (together, Contracting Authority) reached financial close with EllisDon Infrastructure CGS RER Inc. (Project Co) to design, build and finance the Cooksville Station Redevelopment Project, in support of the province’s Regional Express Rail (RER) program.