Ms Kathryn Walker > Piper Alderman > Adelaide, Australia > Lawyer Profile

Piper Alderman
Level 16
70 Franklin Street

Work Department

Projects & Construction




Kathryn Walker – Piper Alderman website

Lawyer Rankings

Australia > Infrastructure projects and construction

(Next Generation Partners)

Kathryn WalkerPiper Alderman

Piper Alderman continues to work with the government on a number of significant construction projects in the defence, health, transport and hydrogen sectors, including acting as the lead adviser on the $13bn Port Bonython Hydrogen Hub. In Adelaide, Martin Lovell is active in the development and funding of major infrastructure and construction projects, and Kathryn Walker has a strong focus on all forms of construction documentation, water infrastructure, planning, approvals and land access. Melbourne-based Megan Calder and Geoff Emmett are the other key figures.

Australia > Environment and planning

The team at Piper Alderman, primarily based in Adelaide, exhibits broad expertise in due diligence, environmental enforcement, and regulatory aspects of major projects, with particular emphasis on environmental compliance requirements. Ashley Watson is a key contact for government authorities, while Kathryn Walker has deep knowledge of carbon capture and storage related issues, planning approvals, and water infrastructure matters. Sydney’s Paul Vergotis is experienced in advising clients on procedural matters falling under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation.

Australia > Energy (transactions and regulatory)

The ‘robust and well-rounded’ team at Piper Alderman demonstrates deep expertise in electricity and gas transmission and distribution infrastructure, connections, and generation project related matters. The practice is increasingly active on financing and development mandates concerning wind and solar farms, and hydrogen projects. Martin Lovell is a well known for his transactional and regulatory expertise, and his specialism in grid scale generation, battery projects, wind and solar farms and district energy schemes. Kathryn Walker and head of resources, Josh Steele are the key names to note within the team.