Trevor is a non-contentious construction lawyer specialising in major infrastructure and engineering projects. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Trevor had a career as an engineer working in Australia, Germany and England, and he has also acted as a superintendent on major engineering projects.
He is familiar with a wide range of procurement methods, and acts for government, principals and contractors across the transport sector (airports, sea ports, road and rail), telecommunications infrastructure, mining (including iron ore and coal), power plants (renewable and conventional energy), chemical plants (including hydrogen production plants) and other significant infrastructure.
Trevor was the inaugural winner of the Society of Construction Law Australia’s Brooking Prize and the Law Council of Australia’s Tom Yuncken Award and he is a Senior Fellow at the University of Melbourne where he teaches construction law. His articles are widely published in domestic and international journals and have been cited with approval in a number of Supreme Court and Court of Appeal cases.
Trevor also sits on various subcommittees of the Society of Construction Law Australia.