March 4, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading In-House Construction & Infrastructure Lawyers – Australia, 2023

Annabel Crookes
Sandra Costanzo
Stephen Barrett-White
Erika Salna
Jean-Paul Wallace
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Annabel Crookes
Sandra Costanzo
Stephen Barrett-White
Erika Salna
Jean-Paul Wallace
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The 2022 listing of leading Australian In-House Construction Lawyers 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.

Rob Bateman, Quanta – Melbourne
Stephen Barrett-White, UGL – Sydney
Jason Byrne, AusGrid – Sydney
John Meggitt, McConnell Dowell – Sydney
Jason Clapham, Lendlease – Sydney
Sandra Costanzo, Symal – Melbourne
Annabel Crookes, Laing O’Rourke – Sydney
Brendan Franich, Inpex – Perth
Anna Gleeson, Icon – Melbourne
Caroline Newman, Transurban – Brisbane
Joanne Peridrau, Arcadis – Sydney
Lisa Retallack, John Holland – Perth
Nile Rodman, Victorian Department of Transport – Melbourne
Erika Salna, Fulton Hogan – Adelaide
Sarah Southwell. BESIX Watpac – Melbourne
Julia Swift, McMahon – Adelaide
Jennifer Turner, WestConnex – Sydney
Jean-Paul Wallace, CPB Contractors – Sydney

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