June 26, 2019
Doyle's Guide

Leading In-House Construction & Infrastructure Lawyers – Australia, 2018

 
The 2018 listing of leading Australian In-House Construction Lawyers is sponsored by Fielding Robinson and details in-house counsel practising within the areas of construction, projects and infrastructure matters in all Australian legal markets.  The individuals listed below have been identified by Australia’s construction lawyers working within private practice for their expertise and abilities in the area.

Stephen Barrett-White, UGL
Rob Bateman, Nacap Australia – Melbourne
Annabel Crookes, Laing O’Rourke – Sydney
Adelina Dal Pra, Laing O’Rourke – Sydney
Peter Dzakula, CPB Contractors – Sydney
Bobby Liontos, John Holland – Sydney
Kirsty Mayer – ACCIONA Infrastructure – Melbourne
John Meggitt, McConnell Dowell – Sydney
Jodi Palmer, BMD – Brisbane
Kiri Parr, Arup – Brisbane
Philip Peacock, Probuild – Melbourne
Kate Perumal, Lendlease – Sydney
Lindsay Prehn, Lendlease – Sydney
Nile Rodman, Vic Roads – Melbourne
Trish Russell, Thiess – Brisbane
Grant Smallhorn, WSP – Sydney
Lisa Stankiewicz, McConnell Dowell – Melbourne
Jennifer Turner, Transport for NSW – Sydney
Jean-Paul Wallace, CPB Contractors – Sydney
Kelly Wilshire, Fulton Hogan – Melbourne
Philip Woods, Thiess – Brisbane

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