Daniel acts for clients on commercial real estate, infrastructure and corporate matters.
He helps clients with transactions related to commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions and financings, infrastructure development projects and project finance arrangements.
Acted as transaction counsel for a consortium comprised of Acciona Agua S.A., Acciona Agua Internacional, S.L. and Acciona Infrastructure Canada Inc., in its winning bid of $525 million for the design, build and finance of the Lions Gate Wastewater Treatment Plant project. Davies acted as lead transaction counsel for the consortium, including in the negotiation of the project documents with the Greater Vancouver Sewerage & Drainage District, the design-build documentation with the design-build contractor and the financing agreements with the lenders.
Plenary Infrastructure Calgary LP
Acted for Plenary Infrastructure Calgary LP in its winning bid for the design, build, finance and maintenance of the City of Calgary's $174-million Stoney CNG Bus Storage and Transit Facility.
Manulife Financial Corporation
Acted for the Manufacturers Life Insurance Company in the establishment of credit facilities to finance the long-term operation of 10 ground-mount solar projects located near Temiskaming, West Nipissing and Kingston, Ontario, each of which had been awarded a 20-year power purchase contract under Ontario's Feed-in Tariff Program.
Woodbourne Canada Partners III (CA) LP
Acting for Woodbourne Canada Partners III (CA) LP with its $180-million acquisition with Tridel Builders Inc. of the residential component of The Well from RioCan REIT, Allied Properties REIT and Diamondcorp.
Redbourne Realty Fund III Inc.
Acted for Redbourne Realty Fund III Inc. in connection with its acquisition of two office buildings located in Markham, Ontario, owned by Dream Office L.P.
TransEd Partners consortium
Acted for the TransEd Partners consortium, comprised of Fengate Capital Management Ltd., Bechtel Development Company, Inc., EllisDon Capital Inc. and Bombardier Transportation Canada Inc., in its winning bid in excess of $1.8 billion for the design, build, finance, operation and maintenance of the City of Edmonton's Valley Line Light Rail Transit Project, which is the city's first public-private partnership project. The Valley Line is the largest single infrastructure project in Edmonton's history. Davies acted as lead transaction counsel for the consortium, including in the negotiation of the project documents with the City of Edmonton, the design-build documentation with the design-build contractor (which includes vehicles on this project), the operation and maintenance documentation with the O&M contractor and the financing agreements with the lenders, as well as the shareholder arrangements between the equity investors. The financing included $394-million senior long-term amortizing bonds with final maturity date of September 30, 2050 and a $200-million senior construction period credit facility.
Plenary Health Swift Current Limited Partnership
Acted for Plenary Health Swift Current Limited Partnership, which was awarded a contract by the Cypress Regional Health Authority to design, build, finance and maintain the new Swift Current Long Term Care Centre, a $108.5-million project located in Swift Current, Saskatchewan.
Spear Street Capital, LLC
Acted for Spear Street Capital, LLC in connection with its $305-million purchase of the majority of BlackBerry Limited's real estate holdings in Canada, including its global headquarters in Waterloo, Ontario. BlackBerry sold more than 3 million square feet of space as well as vacant lands, and leased back a portion of the space.
Plenary Justice Okanagan Limited Partnership
Acted for Plenary Justice Okanagan Limited Partnership, which was awarded the $192.9-million contract by The Ministry of Justice, The B.C. Corrections Branch and the British Columbia Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens' Services to design, build, finance and maintain the 378-cell, high security facility, Okanagan Correctional Centre, located near Oliver, British Columbia.