Scott Masson



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Education & Qualifications

  • Saskatchewan Bar (2011)
  • JD with great distinction (Saskatchewan, 2010)
  • BA with distinction (Victoria, 2006)

Scott maintains a broad corporate practice, with a focus on project planning and development, infrastructure, construction procurement and real estate matters.

  • Counsel to a REIT on the construction of a new $88-million condominium project
  • Associate counsel to an Indigenous community on the construction of a courthouse and multi-purpose facility
  • Counsel to a major resource company relating to the construction of a new greenfield project, including subsurface and surface facilities
  • Assisted a major potash producer with the development and construction of a new greenfield project
  • Counsel of a public utility on construction of various power generation and transmission projects
  • Counsel to numerous public and private organizations in the development of standardized procurement documents and contracts
  • Merger of Rubicon Pharmacies Canada and Amenity Holdings Inc.
  • Assisted a public utility with construction and procurement matters on of various power generation and transmission projects
  • Assisted a major uranium producer with the development and drafting of an EPCM and construction contract for the expansion of a uranium mill
  • Assisted a major potash producer with the development and drafting of an EPC Contract for the construction of a new mine shaft

Scott Masson is Co-chair of the construction projects and infrastructure practice and has over 10 years of experience working primarily in the areas of procurement, construction, infrastructure and project development.

Scott has experience with large engineering, procurement and construction projects in a variety of industries (including mining, oil and gas, energy, agriculture and manufacturing), with a particular emphasis on mining, oil and gas, energy, civil and public infrastructure, and power generation and transmission.

Scott has assisted clients delivering major projects through a variety of delivery models such as design-bid-build, construction management, EPCM, public private partnerships and collaborative delivery models (IPD and Alliance).

He also helps a variety of public sector and private clients with developing procurement and contracting strategies and policies, along with contract templates and training programs.

Scott also frequently helps clients in the public and private sector achieve their procurement and supply chain objectives. He helps clients by developing requests for proposals, requests for quotations, tenders, resulting contract documentation and other procurement documents.  In addition, he helps public sector clients in complying with their trade agreement obligations.

  • Director, Regina Construction Association (Regina, 2015-2019)
  • Director, Schizophrenia Society of Saskatchewan Inc. (Saskatchewan, 2011-2015)
  • Volunteer, Campus Legal Services (2007-2008)
  • Volunteer, Pro Bono Law Students (2008-2009)
  • Editor, Saskatchewan Law Review (Saskatchewan, 2008-2009)
  • “Introduction to Prompt Payment Legislation,” MLT Aikins Prompt Payment Seminar
  • “Buying Construction Management Services,” MLT Aikins Procurement Seminar
  • “Update on Prime Contractor Law and Best Practices,” MLT Aikins Occupational Health and Safety Seminar
  • “Administering Contracts Using CCDC 2 – 2008: Tips and Traps,” Regina Construction Association (Regina)
  • “Introduction to the Law of Competitive Bidding,” Regina Construction Association (Regina)
  • “Typical Provisions in Real Estate Opinions,” with Samer Awadh, Continuing Professional Development Seminar, Law Society of Saskatchewan (Saskatchewan, March 2016)
  • Mondaq Thought Leading Co-Author, Energy and Natural Resources, Canada (2024)
  • Law Society of Saskatchewan Bronze Medal (2010)
  • Cecil G. Schmitt Prize, Company Law (2009)
  • Harris & Lauretta & Raymond Earl Parr Memorial Scholarship (2008; 2009)
  • Memorial Prize, Canadian Bar Association (Saskatchewan, 2009)
  • Cronkite Prize, Torts (2008)