René-Martin Langlois

Lawyer, Partner

Québec Bar 2012

T +1 418 650 7904

René-Martin Langlois’ practice focuses on infrastructure law, construction law and public procurement law.

René-Martin’s experience covers all aspects of infrastructure projects, including planning, project delivery methods, selection process for professionals, builders and specialized suppliers, contractual agreements and related negotiations.

In construction litigation, René-Martin represents, both as plaintiff and defendant, owners, general contractors, subcontractors and consulting engineering firms, with a particular focus on alternative dispute resolution.

René-Martin also has extensive knowledge and experience in public procurement matters. He advises owners and tenderers at all stages of the procurement process, particularly in drafting tender documents. He assists local and foreign companies with respect to the requirements to carry out construction work in the province of Quebec, including the license issued by the Régie du bâtiment du Québec and the authorization to contract with public bodies delivered by the Autorité des marchés publics.

Moreover, René-Martin has a particular interest in the integration of technology within the construction industry, including the BIM (Building Information Modeling), artificial intelligence and smart contract.