Andrew Gurlesky was called to the Ontario Bar in 1983. For most of 29 years, his practice has related to advising and representing clients in the construction industry, including private and public owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, material suppliers and engineers. Project experience includes infrastructure, transportation, road building and servicing, engineering, high-rise and commercial buildings, heavy industrial, manufacturing, mining, tunnelling, transmission line and gas-fired, hyrdro and biomass co-generation power projects. His experience also includes the “up-front” work in structuring, negotiating and drafting project agreements from tender to subcontract levels, as well as experience working on the operational side of the power generation industry. He has represented clients at all Judicial levels in the Province of Ontario. He has extensive experience in carriage of large, multi-party, document intensive construction claims and disputes, including insurance claims. Andrew has prepared and presented various papers in the area of construction law, has published articles in trade publications and is a member of the teaching faculty of the Canadian Mechanical Contracting Education Foundation (University of Waterloo). Andrew is a Fellow of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers.