Delays to the delivery and completion of major infrastructure projects can arise as a result of the realisation of a number of project risks. One risk that has interfered with the delivery of a number … Continued
In December 2016, we provided an update on the re-establishment of the Australian Building and Construction Commission and the introduction of the new Code for the Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016 (Code). A new … Continued
In recent weeks, the Senate has passed two bills which have already become law. This new legislation establishes and gives powers to the Registered Organisations Commission (ROC) and re-establishes the Australian Building and Construction Commission … Continued
A recent decision of the Victorian Court of Appeal has provided clear direction on the limitation period for bringing a building action in Victoria. This long awaited decision brings some certainty to an area of … Continued
The delivery of energy projects can be a complex undertaking. Yet, increasingly, we are seeing innovative councils embark on the development of co-generation and tri-generation plants, energy-efficient street lighting programs and small renewable energy projects. … Continued
The Treasurer of Victoria, the Honourable Michael O'Brien has announced the State Government's intention to reform the PPP model in Victoria. In a speech delivered at an Infrastructure Partnership's Australia lunch yesterday, Mr O'Brien said … Continued
On Friday, 20 January 2012, the federal government released a report prepared by Maddocks for the Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency. The report – "The Role of Regulation in Facilitating or Constraining Adaptation … Continued
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