Corrs further boosts major projects and energy & resources capability
Corrs has further boosted its major projects and energy & resources capability with the appointment of Andrew Chew as a partner in its Sydney Construction group.
Andrew joins Corrs from Baker & McKenzie where he was a partner in the Construction group, specialising in major projects. Andrew, who is a qualified engineer and a Mandarin speaker, was formerly with Mallesons Stephen Jaques.
Andrew has wide-ranging experience across various infrastructure and resources fields, including public-private partnerships and alliancing projects. He has worked on a number of Australia's most significant transport, mining, energy and water infrastructure projects, as well as public and social housing facilities.
Andrew’s most recent experience includes: significant LNG projects (Curtis LNG, Gladstone LNG); major PPPs (Peninsula Link project, new Royal Adelaide Hospital, Mundaring Water Treatment Plant); and rail infrastructure projects (Regional Rail Link (Vic), South-West Rail Link (NSW), North-South Railway (Saudi Arabia), Bangkok MRT).
Andrew has also advised on significant resources projects, including the Mount Owen Mine, Ravensworth North Mine and Ulan West Mine developments.
Corrs Partner & CEO John Denton said: “Andrew’s arrival is further evidence of Corrs’ commitment to building world class capability to support our clients in successfully delivering major infrastructure projects. We have now expanded our national construction team by six partners in two years.”
For further information, contact Natasha Stevenson on +61 7 3228 9307 or Kate Piper on +61 2 9210 6854.