Blackstone Waterhouse is proud to announce that our expertise in Construction & Infrastructure has been recognised in the 2019 Asia Pacific Legal 500 legal directory survey—for the second year running.
Editorial commentary highlights the firm’s work on major public project and a major dispute relating to Darwin Private Hospital and names both Veno and Danny as part of the firm’s ‘excellent’ practice and ‘exceptionally good’ litigation offering.
Managing Partner Danny Arraj said:
‘It has been another great year for Blackstone Waterhouse. We are pleased to again have our expertise in Construction and Infrastructure recognised by the Legal 500. We aim to be the firm of choice in property, planning and construction. We are appreciative of our loyal clientele and growing team. Expect news of new appointments across the firm soon!’’
Construction and Infrastructure Partner, Veno Panicker adds:
‘An honour to again be recognised as a leading construction firm by the Legal500. 2018 was a fantastic year. We were privileged to work on transactions and disputes relating to defence and hospital projects in the Northern Territory, solar farms across Australia and some of the largest residential and mixed used developments in New South Wales. Despite an ever changing market, it’s an exciting time for the industry.’
The Legal 500 is widely considered the world’s largest independent referral guide for legal services. It is based on extensive research of law firms based on client interviews and peer reviews across the Asia Pacific.
Blackstone Waterhouse is a specialist planning, property and construction firm that acts for major developers and head contractors in projects across Australia. Blackstone Waterhouse assists clients deliver major projects. The firm is based at International Tower 3, Barangaroo.