Frazer Moss gives expert legal support in front-end procurement, project support and dispute management to participants in a wide cross-section of the construction industry, especially on civil, resource mining and large infrastructure projects.

Frazer has more than 25 years' experience in construction and engineering law advising principals (private sector and government), contractors and consultants, across a variety of industry sectors, so he can quickly grasp his clients' issues and give them advice which promotes their commercial and strategic goals.

Frazer deals extensively with security of payment (SOP) issues. He regularly advises on the operation and impact of SOP legislation around Australia and works with clients in the adjudication of claims through the preparation of payment claims, payment schedules and adjudication submissions.

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Construction and Major Projects

Legacy Way: Frazer is acting for the Brisbane City Council in its procurement of the Legacy Way road tunnel project linking Toowong and Kelvin Grove. He advises Council on SOP and contract administration.

Utilities provider: Frazer drafted an extensive suite of contracts and panel arrangements for the procurement of infrastructure assets, as well as provided ongoing advice and revision of template documents for changes in work health and safety, SOP and other legislation.

Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal:
 Frazer is assisting the client owner in the administration of multiple contracts for the construction of the $1 billion coal export terminal facility in central Queensland.

Airport Link/Northern Busway Project
: Frazer advised the State of Queensland on the proposed procurement by the State of these two significant infrastructure projects by Public Private Partnership (PPP).


Central Qld Coal Mine:
 Frazer acted for a contract miner in a complex multi-party arbitration to pursue a wide range of claims against the mine owners, including claims over access delays, revised planning, latent conditions, payment entitlements and "rise and fall".

Confidential client
: Frazer advised an international resource company on claims by contractors arising from the construction of a $3billion processing facility, including the conduct of adjudications under SOP legislation.

Confidential client:
 Frazer successfully defended claims brought by the head contractor against prospective sub-contractor for the supply of goods to major suburban transport infrastructure project. The claims involved Trade Practices Act issues, contract, estoppel and negligence in a tender situation.

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