Financing for major projects | Infrastructure & PPP

Leading-edge expertise developed in Quebec, with an international network!

Well aware of the challenges posed by public infrastructure development and renewal, we offer our public and private clients a range of procurement and financing solutions to help them achieve project success. We serve public agencies as well as private sector clients involved in public sector projects, providing them the following services:

  • Project feasibility evaluation
  • Evaluation and selection of the most relevant mode of project implementation
  • Elaboration of major project strategy
  • Facilitation of procurement process up to project financial closure

Financing for major projects | RCGT

Various modes of project implementation for large-scale infrastructure projects
Our experts possess in-depth knowledge of the various modes of project implementation: traditional, stewardship, turnkey, PPP. All modes present their respective level of risk.

Knowledge of Quebecʼs Framework Policy
Several members of our team are certified by the Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor to act as financial experts on due diligence committees, as required by the Framework Policy.

Our services

  • Preparation of business cases
  • Procurement Strategy
  • Financial Modelling
  • Risk analysis
  • Cost-benefit analysis
  • Preparation of tender documents
  • Support throughout the tender and selection process
  • Confirmation of terms and conditions of financing
  • Financial and commercial closure
  • Contract management
  • Evaluation of refinancing scenarios



Additional services: Business Financing , Business Strategy , Business Succession and Continuity , Business Transfers , Business valuation


Related achievements
  • Modernization of the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Montréal (value: $2,089M)
  • CHUM Research Centre (value: $470M)
  • Amphithéâtre multifonctionnel de Québec (value: $400M)
  • Wilder Building (value: $79M)
  • Sorel-Tracy Detention Centre (value: $165M)
  • Centre for processing residual materials (value: $40M)
  • Development adjacent to the Pavillon Outremont