Maddocks advises French firm on major construction company acquisition
By Jason Silverii• 06 August 2018 • 1 min read
Law firm Maddocks has advised French firm Bouygues Construction on its acquisition of leading Australian construction and fitout business AW Edwards.
Monday 6 August 2018
Law firm Maddocks recently advised French firm Bouygues Construction on its acquisition of leading Australian construction and fitout business AW Edwards.
The acquisition is a key part of Bouygues’ continued expansion in Australia. The group is currently involved in a range of major projects, including Sydney’s NorthConnex motorway link, Melbourne Metro and several solar farm projects in NSW and Queensland.
The Maddocks team, working in close collaboration with Bouygues’ in-house legal teams in Paris and Sydney and Bouygues’ external accounting and tax advisers KPMG, included lawyers from the firm’s Corporate, Construction & Major Projects and Employment, Safety & People teams, and was led by partner Damien Wurzel, senior associate Steven Tang and lawyer Jack Coventry, who are members of the Corporate team in Melbourne.
Maddocks is an independent Australian law firm that works closely with corporations, businesses and governments throughout Australia and internationally. We advise national and international clients across the built environment, education, government, healthcare and technology sectors, from our Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney offices.
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