Infrastructure spending in Australia continues to grow, and remains the main priority for governments, federal and state. The case for infrastructure spending is based on a belief that it will stimulate growth and improve business and social conditions.

Charnock O’Brien Legal acts for a number of infrastructure players, including construction and engineering businesses. They are at the forefront of design, construction, operation and maintenance of critical infrastructure. We have worked on electricity, water and natural resource projects, and on social infrastructure such as schools, health services and urban renewal projects.

Our work has included:

• negotiating project development, construction and project finance documentation
• drafting joint ventures, shareholder agreements, alliance contracts and partnering arrangements
• providing day-to-day commercial advice.

As commercial lawyers, we continue to advise clients on strategic acquisitions, and the disposal of non-core assets and businesses. We ensure due diligence and documentation reduces ongoing business risks.

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