Jason Roth is head of the firm's construction law practice group. Jason practises law related to infrastructure development projects and represents owners/developers and contractors in relation to domestic and international infrastructure, LNG, power, electrical transmission, pipeline, natural gas processing and other projects.
Jason provides strategic advice, structuring, and drafting and negotiation of design/build, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC), engineering and procurement (E&P), engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) and owner-managed contracts related to such projects. He also assists clients with procurement and supply chain matters as well as contract administration issues such as change order management and warranty issues.
From 2005 to 2006, Jason was in-house project counsel for the Qatar Liquefied Gas Company Limited (II) Project in Doha, Qatar. The US$12-billion project supplies 15 mpta of liquefied natural gas from Qatar to the UK and north Europe.
Jason is a member of the Canadian Bar Association construction practice section and a member of the British Columbia Construction Roundtable (BCCR).
Queen's University, BAH, 1996University of Victoria, LLB, 1999Kyushu University (Japan), LLM, 2000