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The firm operates across a broad range of sectors, including energy & resources, ports, water and waste water, defence, commercial property, higher education, and rail and road transport. Our clients include Australian and international project owners, contractors, financiers and institutional investors, off takers, infrastructure service providers, regulators and government.
The Building and Construction Industry (Security of Payment) Act 2021 (WA) (Act) signifies the harmonising of security of payment legislation in Western Australia with the “East Coast” model, and...
On 18 March 2021, the Commonwealth Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia, Keith Pitt, announced the opening of the $50 million Beetaloo Cooperative Drilling Program.
In early February the Victorian Government announced that a new, $10 million hydrogen hub would be constructed in Melbourne’s south east.
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