“Our team has a client-focused and value-driven approach designed to achieve our clients’ commercial objectives.”
Our Construction and Infrastructure Group works closely with clients to effectively manage contractual and commercial risk and to avoid, minimise and resolve disputes. Understanding clients’ objectives within the broader commercial and political context of their operations is a priority. This insight enables the design and implementation of tailored, practical and cost effective strategies.
We specialise in all aspects of construction and infrastructure law with particular expertise in documenting and advising on complex projects. We act for principals, developers, contractors, facilities managers, consultants and other industry participants. Our clients range from major institutions to specialist consultants and subcontractors.
We deliver front and back end services including:
- tenders and project documentation
- claims preparation and review
- security of payment advice and claims
- contract administration, risk management and strategic project planning
- alternative dispute resolution, litigation and arbitration
- residential building disputes (NSW).
Our approach is centred around:
- genuine listening – understanding your objectives within the broader commercial and political context of your operations
- designing and implementing specific practical and cost effective strategies to achieve desired objectives
- genuine partner accessibility and responsiveness
- precise and concise drafting – in advices and the preparation of project documentation
- effective use of technology and resources to deliver valued services
- clear and prompt communication – no surprises, particularly in accounts.
Commonwealth Legal Services Multi-Use List
Holding Redlich has been appointed to the Commonwealth Legal Services Multi-Use List in the categories of Government and Administrative Law, Corporate and Commercial Law and Dispute Resolution and Litigation. We regularly act for and advise Commonwealth Government departments and agencies.