Thomson Geer welcomes new partner from Clayton Utz

Jack Fan joins Thomson Geer’s construction team in Sydney

Thomson Geer welcomes new partner from Clayton Utz
Jack Fan

Thomson Geer has welcomed Jack Fan to its construction team in Sydney as its newest partner. He joins from Clayton Utz, where he previously served as a special counsel.

Fan has significant experience in complex disputes involving the construction, engineering, energy and infrastructure sectors. He has acted on some of the largest infrastructure projects in New South Wales, including Sydney Metro Northwest; Sydney Metro City and Southwest; Parramatta Light Rail; WestConnex and NorthConnex; and various rollingstock projects.

Apart from his public infrastructure practice, he assists clients with large-scale renewable-energy infrastructure, utilities projects, and residential and commercial developments, including cladding.

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“The infrastructure sector has a long and deep pipeline of significant projects,” Fan said. “Thomson Geer has built a strong construction practice in Sydney to assist with that work, and I’m very excited to be joining the Thomson Geer team.”

Thomson Geer chief executive partner Adrian Tembel confirmed that Fan’s technical skills complement the expertise and experience of the firm’s construction team.

“The team are strong collaborators and often present to the market as a cohesive group demonstrating the depth and breadth of Thomson Geer’s expertise,” Tembel said. “This approach has been successful in the market and will only get stronger with the addition of Jack.”

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