KPMG's Global Infrastructure practice knows what it takes to make the right strategic choices.
Infrastructure is key to Ireland’s long-term economic health.
Infrastructure in Ireland
The provision of a 21st century infrastructure is widely seen as key to Ireland’s long-term economic health. However, for both the private and public sectors, the challenges are immense. Financing, cost management and many other complex issues require the support and assistance of those with demonstrated experience in the area.
How KPMG can help
Over many years, KPMG has successfully delivered this support to both private and state entities. Our success is based on our experience, reputation and deep knowledge of how best to support the delivery of major infrastructural projects, including Public Private Partnerships (PPPs).
KPMG has successfully assisted government in delivering PPP projects and developing effective PPP policies. We have deep experience in balancing an investor’s desire for profit with governmental requirements for high quality public services.
A global infrastructure perspective - 10 emerging trends in 2016
2016 is already shaping up to be a year of growing momentum for the infrastructure sector. The signs of this momentum are everywhere. Download A global infrastructure perspective - 10 emerging trends in 2016 for further insights.
KPMG Toll Benchmarking Study 2015
The efficiency of toll roads is important. Not just for tolling operators, but also for governments, investors and the driving public. KPMG’s Toll Benchmarking Study 2015 provides public and private tolling organisations with an unprecedented view on the challenges, risks, costs and opportunities facing the tolling sector today. By combining our survey data with insights from KPMG International’s top roads and tolling professionals, this report aims to provide governments and private organisations with the information and advice they need to become more efficient and drive improved results from existing assets.
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Let’s face it; everyone wants to extract more value from their infrastructure assets.