Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP (Singleton Reynolds) is pleased to announce that Stephen Berezowskyj has been inducted into the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers (CCCL) as a Fellow. Berezowskyj was honoured at the annual meeting of the College in Banff, Alberta this past weekend on June 2nd, 2018.
“The partners and staff at Singleton Reynolds wish to congratulate Steve [on being inducted into the college]”, said Firm Managing Partner John Singleton, Q.C. “It’s been a privilege to work with Steve throughout his career and it’s great to see him recognized for the contribution he’s made to construction law.”
The College was created in order to facilitate and encourage the association of outstanding construction lawyers who are known for their skill, experience, and high standards of professional conduct in the practice of construction law.
Berezowskyj is co-chair of the Firm’s construction and infrastructure law practice group. His practice focuses on matters including procurement, builders’ liens, construction defect and warranty claims, professional liability, and delay claims. He regularly serves as Fairness Monitor on large Public Private Partnership infrastructure projects, has appeared as counsel at all levels of the British Columbia courts, and participates regularly in arbitration, mediation and other forms of dispute resolution.
“It’s an honour to become part of the College,” Berezowskyj said of the news. “I look forward to getting more involved and am grateful for the Firm’s ongoing support.”
Berezowskyj joins colleagues John Singleton, Q.C., Derek Brindle, Helmut Johannsen, P. Eng., Sharon Vogel and Bruce Reynolds who are also fellows. Derek Brindle, Helmut Johannsen and Bruce Reynolds are all Past-Presidents of the College.