Construction Lawyers Brisbane
We are so confident in our abilities that you only pay us after we get you paid.
We employ tri-qualified engineer-QS-lawyers with 40 years of first-hand project development experience. We have likely dealt on-site with an issue in similar circumstances to what brought you to this website while employed by giants Leighton (now CPB) Contractors, Fluor, AECOM and SNC Lavalin.
The law firm’s founder has over 30 years of first-hand experience in the Australian construction and building industry. He has MEP and F trade qualifications, acted as a Design Engineer, Renewables, Engineering Manager, QS, Security of Payments, Planner and Project Manager, QBCC, and studied construction law. Besides, they offer a no-win, no-fee policy along with a free consultation. This way, their clients can better determine whether or not to get their services after talking to them and if they decide to get on board, they don’t have to pay anything until they win the case.
Our specialised offering consists of:
- Contract review and formation services, strategy and administration
- Planning, Scheduling, EoT, Prolongation, Disruption and Acceleration Claims
- Payment Claims and Schedules – QBCC Adjudication Applications & Responses
- Dispute management: Expert determination, arbitration and litigation
The Brisbane Construction Lawyers’ team takes care of all the litigation fees, case preparation, court filing fees, getting expert witness reports etc. They ensure their clients who are already fighting for their hard-earned money don’t have to pay anything else in legal matters. To learn more about Construction Lawyers Brisbane or to procure their services, contact them via 07 3054 7122 or visit their website
The founder of Construction Lawyers Brisbane spent 20 of his formative years with Leighton Contractors (now CIMIC/ CPB) and got over 30 years of first-hand experience in the development of many of Australia’s iconic projects in building, mining, oil and gas, rail and metro, communications and renewable energy projects. He helps contractors with all kinds of construction-legal-commercial issues along with his team.
Although the guide explains every requirement and the procedure in great detail, contractors still need a lawyer with experience in dealing with disputes in construction-legal-commercial space and help contractors get paid the due amount. The construction lawyer better understands the technicalities and nitty-gritty of the Payments Act. Plus, every dispute has different circumstances, so a legal consultant can study the case and prepare the best course of action for maximum winning chances. Construction Lawyers in Brisbane can help.
About Brisbane City 4000
Construction Lawyers Brisbane
74B Union St
Spring Hill Queensland 4000
07 3054 7105
Brisbane was impacted by major floods in January 2011 and February 2022. The Brisbane River did not reach the same height as the previous 1974 flood on either occasion, but still caused extensive damage and disruption to the city.
The Queensland Cultural Centre was also expanded, with the completion of the State Library and the Gallery of Modern Art in 2006, and the Kurilpa Bridge in 2009, the world's largest hybrid tensegrity bridge. Brisbane also hosted major international events including the final Goodwill Games in 2001, the Rugby League World Cup Final in 2008 and again in 2017, as well as the 2014 G20 Brisbane summit.
Population growth has continued to be among the highest of the Australian capital cities in the first two decades of the 21st century, and major infrastructure including the Howard Smith Wharves, Roma Street Parklands, Queens Wharf, the Brisbane Riverwalk, the Queen's Wharf casino and resort precinct, the Brisbane International Cruise Terminal, the Clem Jones, Airport Link, and Legacy Way road tunnels, and the Airport, Springfield, Redcliffe Peninsula and Cross River Rail railway lines have been completed or are under construction.
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