Sefton has a well-established track record advising a range of construction industry participants including project proponents from both the private and public sectors as well as contractors and financiers across a range of industry sectors in respect of major projects both in Australia and overseas.
His practical skills and experience have been exclusively focussed on the front-end of construction projects, including drafting and reviewing project documentation such as construction contracts and ancillary documentation (consultancy, supply and direct deeds), reviewing legislation (including trade occupational licensing) and leading the negotiation process on some of Australia’s most complex and high-profile projects. He also provides a variety of project advice, support and training.
Avalon Airport International Terminal
Acting for Avalon Airport on the expansion of the terminal to introduce the first international passenger service for the airport.
Advising on the construction and funding of scaleable data centres in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Melbourne Metro PPP project
Acting for the successful D&C subcontractor for the Melbourne Metro PPP - Tunnels and Stations Project, comprising Bouygues, John Holland and Lendlease.
West Wyalong & Woolooga Solar Farms
Acting for the successful contractor, Canadian-based PCL Constructors Pacific Rim, as the engineering, procurement and construct (EPC) and operations and maintenance (O&M) contractor for the 107MWdc West Wyalong (NSW) and 214 MWdc Woolooga (Qld) solar farm projects.
Acting for a bidder for the 'Partnering for Success' long-term design, construction, maintenance and management services.
Maddocks advises on successful bids for renewable energy projects
Maddocks has advised a construction company on its successful bid to build and maintain two new solar farm projects
Construction and Projects special counsel joins Maddocks
Law firm Maddocks has further bolstered its Construction and Projects team with the appointment of special counsel...
Automatic Mutual Recognition on the horizon for building practitioners
New Commonwealth legislation provides a framework for automatic mutual recognition.
Fast tracking procurement
This article summaries contracting models and approaches that can be used to fast track your construction projects.