Geoffrey Stenger's practice is primarily focused on project development, energy, infrastructure and construction law as he acts for owners and contractors on a variety of commercial matters relating to structuring, delivery and execution of projects, both in Canada and internationally. Geoff has experience acting for clients negotiating, drafting and advising on large EPC, Design-Build, Engineering, DBFO, maintenance and other construction/project related agreements on energy, infrastructure and commercial projects and Geoff's experience includes structuring, drafting and negotiating project related joint venture and partnership relationships. He has also acted on a number of private-public partnership (P3) projects throughout Canada pertaining to the construction and maintenance of schools, highways, hospitals, and other infrastructure initiatives.
Geoff also advises clients on procurement (RFP/Tender) related matters, builders' liens, service agreements as well as other issues that arise during the execution of work on a project.
Geoff is on the executive of the Alberta Construction Law subsection of the Canadian Bar Association.
Geoff received The Osgoode Certificate in Public-Private Partnerships.