Major construction projects fuel the Australian economy and improve the infrastructure and services we use every day.

Our role in ensuring these projects are met in a timely and financially responsible manner includes all legal aspects of a project, from procurement through to facilities management.

Our Construction & Projects Expertise

As one of Australia’s leading national construction law firms, Maddocks delivers all legal aspects involved in construction and major projects.

This status is grounded in our understanding of the inherent complexities involved in delivering mid- and large-scale projects across Australia. Our extensive experience across the full project lifecycle means we are thorough and proactive in identifying issues.

We help public, private and Public Private Partnership construction projects meet key timely deadlines and financial limitations by using a practical, hands-on approach. We know how to effectively manage multiple stakeholders, including relationships with government authorities.

Maddocks assists with all elements of project procurement and tendering, including project documentation and contract administration. We also offer advice for navigating local, national and international building industry regulations, as well as dispute resolution and litigation advice when projects hit a hurdle.

Our client base spans government and statutory authorities, local government, contractors and subcontractors, commercial and institutional property owners and investors.

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What we achieve for our Construction & Projects clients

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  • "In an overheated construction market, principals and contractors need to contend with shortages of resources and they need strategic advice to carefully manage and mitigate the risks arising from these shortages."

    Andrew Pitney,
    Practice Group Head

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