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Providing strategic advice on expansion structures November 16, 2018

Founded in Bondi Beach in 2012, Bailey Nelson has rapidly grown into a global eyewear retailer and service provider with boutiques in Australia, London, Canada and New Zealand. The strong demand for their products and … Continued

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Maddocks advises Atomos Limited on key UK acquisition October 28, 2019

Monday 28 October 2019 Maddocks has advised ASX-listed global video technology company Atomos Limited on its acquisition of UK-based Timecode Systems. Atomos will purchase 100% of Timecode Systems, which develops unique and patented IP for … Continued

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Has the ATO come knocking about your SMSF’s Investment Strategy? November 8, 2019

In August 2019, the Australian Tax Office (ATO) began contacting Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) trustees and their auditors where ATO records indicated that more than 90% of an SMSF’s funds were held in one asset … Continued

Andrew Pitney Partner

“Knows our pressure points, and rather than telling us what the problem is, gives us a solution.”

Chambers Asia-Pacific 2017

Background

Andrew is a leading construction and infrastructure lawyer with a long track record of playing a lead role in many of Australia’s most significant projects.

Andrew advises both public sector and private sector clients on all aspects of project delivery including outsourcing and procurement, project agreements, construction contracts, operating agreements and other project documents.

Andrew has extensive experience in complex construction and infrastructure projects and particular expertise in Public Private Partnerships.

Andrew is consistently recognised as a leading lawyer in construction and infrastructure in independent legal industry surveys such as Chambers Asia Pacific, Asia Pacific Legal 500, Best Lawyers and Doyle’s Guide.

Legal expertise

  • Vast experience in Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) and large-scale, complex construction and infrastructure projects
  • Project agreements, construction contracts and operating agreements
  • Procurement contracts and tendering procedures
  • Project management issues

Relevant experience

Andrew’s recent PPP experience includes:

  • Ravenhall Prison PPP project – advising John Holland and Leighton Holdings on all aspects of their proposal from RFP to financial close in September 2014.
  • Northern Beaches Hospital PPP project – advising Thiess, Leighton Contractors and Leighton Holdings on all aspects of their proposal from RFP to financial close in December 2014.
  • Cranbourne Pakenham Rail Corridor PPP – advising John Holland on contracts for grade separations, rail corridor upgrades and maintenance facilities, including pass through of the project deed, schedules and ancillary agreements.
  • WA Schools PPP project – advising Macquarie Capital consortium on its successful bid for this PPP project (reached financial close in September 2015).
  • ACT Law Courts PPP project – advising Macquarie Capital and Laing O’Rourke consortium on its successful bid for this PPP project (reached financial close in December 2015).
  • Victorian Schools 2 PPP project – advising YMCA as service provider on its successful bid for this project.
  • CityLink – specialist construction partner advising Transurban Consortium on design and construction of the Melbourne City Link tunnel and freeway system.

Other construction projects:

  • Goulburn Murray Water – advising GMW on its Connections Project to upgrade and modernise its rural irrigation network.
  • VicRoads – advising VicRoads on its program to implement safety barriers along Victorian highways.
  • V/Line – advising V/Line on the Murray Basin Freight Rail project.
  • Public Sector Entities – advising State entities on the impact of the Metro Tunnel project and associated mitigation measures.