April 23, 2024
Doyle's Guide

Leading In-House Construction Lawyers – Australia & New Zealand, 2016

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The 2016 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 and New Zealand legal markets.  The individuals listed below have been identified by Australia & New Zealand’s construction lawyers working within private practice for their expertise and abilities in the area.

Stephen Barrett-White, UGL – Sydney
Jae-Ho Choe, Rio Tinto – Perth
Annabel Crookes, Laing O’Rourke – Sydney
Jacinta Davenport, Jemena – Sydney
Dominic Goosem, Sandvik – Brisbane
Larissa Jones, Lendlease – Sydney
Gerard Kodomichalos, John Holland – Sydney
Trina Lincoln, Hawkins – Auckland
Kirsty Mayer – ACCIONA Infrastructure – Melbourne
Stuart McKenzie, CBP Contractors – Sydney
Paul O’Brien, Leighs – Auckland
Kiri Parr, Arup – Brisbane
Philip Peacock, Probuild – Melbourne
Kate Perumal, Lendlease – Sydney
Lindsay Prehn, Lendlease – Sydney
Meg Redwin, Brookfield Multiplex – Sydney
Trish Russell, Thiess – Brisbane
Grant Smallhorn, Parsons Brinkerhoff – Sydney
Lisa Stankiewicz, McConnell Dowell – Melbourne
Jean-Paul Wallace, CPB Contractors – Sydney
Natalie Wigg, Technip – Perth
Philip Woods, Thiess – Brisbane

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