Mitchell Mostyn practises corporate/commercial, construction and procurement law and has, over the past 14 years, gained extensive experience in the Canadian and international public-private partnerships (PPP) sector.

In the PPP sector, Mitchell has acted for equity sponsors, lenders, contractors and public authorities. His experience spans a wide variety of infrastructure projects, including  highways, bridges, forensics centres, hospitals and other social infrastructure projects.

Mitchell has also acted for a number of clients seeking to procure new facilities (including transit, manufacturing and assembly facilities), and has worked both within and outside of the CCDC/CCA document regime. Mitchell’s experience also extends to the drafting and negotiation of complex services contracts and operating agreements, including those between the public and private sectors.

Mitchell has significant experience acting as special PPP advisor to public authorities, including those seeking to establish a PPP regime or undertake their first PPP project. He acted as special PPP counsel to the procuring authority on Bermuda’s first PPP transaction, the award-winning King Edward VII Memorial Hospital Redevelopment Project. More recently, he was counsel to a large Canadian municipality in connection with the development of the procurement and project documentation on its first DBFM project. Mitchell also acted for the procuring authority on Canada’s first acute care hospital DBFM project in which the service provider contracted to provide both soft and hard facility maintenance services.