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We work collaboratively with our clients to build strong, sustainable relationships. Our team is committed to delivering consistent high standards of service, and we understand the importance of accessibility. Working with us, you'll enjoy open communication, meaning well scoped, properly resourced and effectively managed matters.

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Latest Case

Assisting on whole of government technology agreements November 2, 2017

Maddocks advised the Commonwealth Government’s Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) on its whole of government purchasing agreement with SAP. The DTA was set up in 2015 to assist government departments and agencies with digital transformation and … Continued

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Winner of the first William Ah Ket Scholarship announced November 21, 2017

Tuesday 21 November 2017 A solicitor in a Victorian government agency is the first winner of the William Ah Ket Scholarship, a $5,000 prize named after the first barrister of Chinese heritage in Australia. K … Continued

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Encouraging positive and masking negative reviews – Lessons from ACCC v Meriton November 24, 2017

Following our report from November last year, The Federal Court has found that Meriton Serviced Apartments (Meriton) engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct in circumstances where it adopted a scheme preventing unfavourable reviews for its properties … Continued

Built Environment

Government, policy makers and businesses see the built environment as the foundation of a growing economy and increasing employment. Our governments can orchestrate the strategy, priorities and the pace with which infrastructure and development projects are proposed, planned and delivered at Commonwealth, State and Local levels.

Global capital reserves are at the ready and opportunity is knocking. The creation of a steady, sustainable pipeline of work is paramount for the mid to long-term economic landscape in Australia and more broadly, across the Asia Pacific.

We offer the specialist legal advice necessary to deliver major development projects and infrastructure. Our diverse experience across geographies and areas of industry provides a platform for exceptional legal advice in:

  • government policies and legislation, approval procedures and regulation
  • project structuring and project development strategies
  • risk identification, allocation and management
  • project delivery methods ranging from traditional procurement to PPPs, alliancing, managing contractor and other less traditional approaches
  • development of contract documents including concession and project agreements, development agreements and ancillary project documents
  • market sounding, EOI and tender processes and tender documents
  • financing arrangements
  • property & real estate development and related transactions
  • disposal and acquisition of property interests
  • planning and environmental considerations
  • project management and consultancy agreements
  • facilities management and operation and maintenance contracts
  • legal strategy during contract administration and project delivery
  • management of claims and disputes.

The strength of our lawyers is advising on the commercial, technical and practical matters required to deliver infrastructure that works, is delivered on time, and supports the needs of the communities that such projects serve. We pride ourselves on understanding the business imperatives and the sectors in which you operate. We’re geared to helping you to identify issues before they become problems. The result? Successfully delivered projects.

We represent the broad range of parties involved in delivering major infrastructure projects, including government and government agencies, sponsors, financiers, contractors, specialist subcontractors and major equipment suppliers on projects like these:

  • advising the winning consortium on the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing PPP
  • advising the underbidder on the Victorian East West Link PPP including all aspects of the construction
  • advising on the Melbourne University Student Accommodation PPP – including advising Watpac on all aspects of the design and construction of the accommodation and ancillary facilities and its relationship with the Sponsors and the University of Melbourne
  • advising an underbidder on the NSW Northern Beaches Hospital Project on its Operator-led bid to design, construct, finance, operate and maintain the Northern Beaches Hospital
  • advising on all legal aspects of the NSW Wynyard Walk project including the procurement process, contract documents, approvals, land acquisitions, regulatory advice, safety, interface agreements, disputes and ad hoc issues arising.

Our lawyers speak your language. We approach your matters in the same way you deliver your projects. At the front of our process sits detailed planning, and we track, monitor and communicate progress across the entire project lifecycle. You can expect seamless access to our people (we’ll even join you on site), meaning you’ll receive consistent, considered guidance from the moment we are engaged.

We’re proud supporters and members of the following associations:

Property Council Australia (PCA)
Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA)
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA)
International Project Finance Association (IPFA)
Australian Water Association (AWA)
Australian Indonesia Business Council (AIBC)
Centre for Economic Development Australia (CEDA)

Awards and recognition

Firm

Legal 500 Asia Pacific (2017) has recommended  Maddocks in Construction, Projects and Infrastructure and Real Estate.
Doyle’s Guide (2016/17) has recommended and ranked Maddocks in Construction.
Chambers Asia Pacific (2017) has ranked Maddocks in Construction and Real Estate.

Individuals

Best Lawyers 2017 lists Greg Badcock, David Hartney and Nick Holuigue as leading Real Property Lawyers and  Andrew Chapman, Mathew Stulic and Paul Woods as leading Construction/Infrastructure lawyers.

 

Government, policy makers and businesses see the built environment as the foundation of a growing economy and increasing employment. Our governments can orchestrate the strategy, priorities and the pace with which infrastructure and development projects are proposed, planned and delivered at Commonwealth, State and Local levels.

Global capital reserves are at the ready and opportunity is knocking. The creation of a steady, sustainable pipeline of work is paramount for the mid to long-term economic landscape in Australia and more broadly, across the Asia Pacific.

We offer the specialist legal advice necessary to deliver major development projects and infrastructure. Our diverse experience across geographies and areas of industry provides a platform for exceptional legal advice in:

  • government policies and legislation, approval procedures and regulation
  • project structuring and project development strategies
  • risk identification, allocation and management
  • project delivery methods ranging from traditional procurement to PPPs, alliancing, managing contractor and other less traditional approaches
  • development of contract documents including concession and project agreements, development agreements and ancillary project documents
  • market sounding, EOI and tender processes and tender documents
  • financing arrangements
  • property & real estate development and related transactions
  • disposal and acquisition of property interests
  • planning and environmental considerations
  • project management and consultancy agreements
  • facilities management and operation and maintenance contracts
  • legal strategy during contract administration and project delivery
  • management of claims and disputes.

The strength of our lawyers is advising on the commercial, technical and practical matters required to deliver infrastructure that works, is delivered on time, and supports the needs of the communities that such projects serve. We pride ourselves on understanding the business imperatives and the sectors in which you operate. We’re geared to helping you to identify issues before they become problems. The result? Successfully delivered projects.

We represent the broad range of parties involved in delivering major infrastructure projects, including government and government agencies, sponsors, financiers, contractors, specialist subcontractors and major equipment suppliers on projects like these:

  • advising the winning consortium on the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing PPP
  • advising the underbidder on the Victorian East West Link PPP including all aspects of the construction
  • advising on the Melbourne University Student Accommodation PPP – including advising Watpac on all aspects of the design and construction of the accommodation and ancillary facilities and its relationship with the Sponsors and the University of Melbourne
  • advising an underbidder on the NSW Northern Beaches Hospital Project on its Operator-led bid to design, construct, finance, operate and maintain the Northern Beaches Hospital
  • advising on all legal aspects of the NSW Wynyard Walk project including the procurement process, contract documents, approvals, land acquisitions, regulatory advice, safety, interface agreements, disputes and ad hoc issues arising.

Our lawyers speak your language. We approach your matters in the same way you deliver your projects. At the front of our process sits detailed planning, and we track, monitor and communicate progress across the entire project lifecycle. You can expect seamless access to our people (we’ll even join you on site), meaning you’ll receive consistent, considered guidance from the moment we are engaged.

We’re proud supporters and members of the following associations:

Property Council Australia (PCA)
Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA)
Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA)
International Project Finance Association (IPFA)
Australian Water Association (AWA)
Australian Indonesia Business Council (AIBC)
Centre for Economic Development Australia (CEDA)

Awards and recognition

Firm

Legal 500 Asia Pacific (2017) has recommended  Maddocks in Construction, Projects and Infrastructure and Real Estate.
Doyle’s Guide (2016/17) has recommended and ranked Maddocks in Construction.
Chambers Asia Pacific (2017) has ranked Maddocks in Construction and Real Estate.

Individuals

Best Lawyers 2017 lists Greg Badcock, David Hartney and Nick Holuigue as leading Real Property Lawyers and  Andrew Chapman, Mathew Stulic and Paul Woods as leading Construction/Infrastructure lawyers.