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Infrastructure, Construction & Property

Our Infrastructure, Construction & Property (ICP) group is made up of Projects, Infrastructure & Construction and Real Estate, Environment & Planning. ICP's matters range from major infrastructure projects, land acquisitions, urban development and leasing to complex dispute resolution in construction, planning and environmental matters. With our work being nationally based, we ensure that the best teams are put together for our clients. This approach allows us to effectively work across multiple jurisdictions with all our offices. In essence, we are truly borderless.

What inspires our team is the tangible nature of the work we do and the impact we have on the built environment across Australia. As a result of the ongoing infrastructure boom in Australia, our team of specialist infrastructure, property and planning and environmental lawyers is the leading line of business at MinterEllison and in the market.

Clients like our innovative and integrated approach. Some of the innovations we are most proud of include our specifically designed technology applications called MEStreamline and MinterConnect.  These were developed to facilitate the efficient management of national leasing portfolios for our clients.  Innovation is a point of difference for us, as it allows us to work on some incredible deals. It also allows us to play a leadership role where we share our insights and help shape policy with associations such as Property Council Australia and Infrastructure Australia.

Iconic deals:

See what its like to work in our ICP Line of BusinessICP GAME CHANGING DEAL

  • Melbourne Metro Tunnel Project, Victoria’s biggest ever public transport project
  • Herston Quarter Health Precinct Qld, a specialist rehabilitation and ambulatory care centre which includes a private hospital, residential aged care, retirement living and student accommodation, childcare, a co-working hub, and education and training facilities.
  • Port of Melbourne Privatisation, on the proposed multi-billion dollar privatisation of the Port of Melbourne, Australia's largest container port.
  • Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre
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