Zac is a partner in the Energy + Infrastructure team in Melbourne, and advises on projects and infrastructure transactions globally, particularly in Australia and Asia. He has a particular knowledge of the transport, energy, renewables, water and social infrastructure / public–private partnership (PPP) sectors, including greenfield contracting, financing and secondary markets.

    Zac has advised on every privately owned toll road in Australia (together with a number of international road projects). He has also advised on the majority of the PPPs undertaken in Australia and New Zealand (together with a number of offshore PPPs). He has advised on dozens of electricity generation, distribution, transmission and storage projects. He is also experienced in advising clients lending to or buying and selling stakes in these assets.

    His clients include sponsors, financiers and contractors on PPPs, toll roads, power stations, renewable projects, transmission and distribution assets, rail, ports, airports, telecommunication and industrial projects in Australia, New Zealand, developing and developed Asia, UK and Europe and the United States.

    Zac has a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance) & Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from Monash University, and a Master of Business Administration from Melbourne Business School and Darden Business School at the University of Virginia.

    Zac was recognised in the areas of Construction / Infrastructure Law and Energy Law.