Andrew has wide-ranging experience in various infrastructure fields including public-private partnerships, transport, hospitals and property development. He has a particular interest in the development of project documentation for construction, building, infrastructure and process plant projects, alliancing projects and mining projects.
As a qualified engineer, he is able to infuse his legal advice with a highly unique perspective for his clients. This has benefited his work on a number of Australia's most significant transport, mining, energy and water infrastructure projects, as well as public and social housing facilities.
Andrew is a Chartered Professional Engineer and Guest Lecturer of Engineering at the UNSW. He is on the Drafting Committee for the Standard Form for Alliancing Contract; Alliance Development Proposal Agreement; and Project Alliance Agreement, at the Alliancing Association of Australasia. He is also on the Legal and Procurement Strategy Working Group of AIA/Consult Australia, and the Transport and Social Infrastructure Taskforces of Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
Leading Lawyer – Infrastructure & Project Finance
Best Lawyer - Construction/Infrastructure
Leading Lawyer - Construction & Infrastructure
Construction and Government Contracts: Expert
He is great value for money, never gets a thing wrong and is excellent in the PPP space
Great at all construction issues, experienced and a hard worker
As a qualified engineer, Andrew Chew offers considerable technical expertise and pragmatism to his construction clients...He worked with us on PPPs and other large transactions; he is great, he's always on top of things and it makes a difference that he leads the team well
He is energetic, detail-focused and hard-working. He is a very safe pair of hands