KPMG's team of infrastructure professionals advise on designing, executing and managing major infrastructure projects and transactions.

Our team advise on executing major infrastructure projects and transactions.

Globally, the infrastructure sector is grappling with consolidation, surplus capacity, access to capital, pressures on profitability, complex information technology requirements and ever-increasing government regulation. The demands of infrastructure projects have implications for all layers of government, as well as for financiers, investors and various public and private-sector enterprises.

KPMG's infrastructure professionals are involved in many exciting projects across the world, in various sectors and stages of the infrastructure lifecycle. Our team of professionals advise on designing, executing and managing major infrastructure projects and transactions. We have participated in many of Australia’s largest and most complex government asset sales, privatisations and public-private partnerships (PPPs).

Our capabilities cover all key sectors, including energy and natural resources, water, telecommunications and transport. We have worked on major social infrastructure projects such as schools, hospitals and public housing. 

Creating smarter infrastructure for Australia

Paul Foxlee on how we can use infrastructure technology to improve our communities.

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Two visions for an autonomous future

How governments can safeguard the productivity of our cities in the autonomous era.

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City Deals: Supercharging Australia’s economic growth

The City Deals approach can transform how we plan, build and fund our infrastructure.

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How autonomous vehicles will reshape our cities

How can policy makers manage both urban sprawl and consolidation in the autonomous era?

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A map to road pricing schemes in Australia

A road pricing trial will build support for agreeing on and implementing the right scheme.

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Infrastructure – The Path to Progress

KPMG discusses how infrastructure is crucial to a more productive future for Australia.

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Insight Magazine

Local, regional and global perspectives on issues facing the infrastructure industry.

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Infrastructure trends

Paul Foxlee looks at which trends will shape the infrastructure sector in the near-term.

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