• Service: Topics, Infrastructure
  • Industry: Energy & Natural Resources, Power & Utilities, Renewables, Water, Government, Federal Government, Healthcare, Higher Education, Transport & Logistics, Telecommunications
  • Type: Benchmarking study
  • Date: 3/07/2012

Infrastructure 100: World Cities Edition 

Urban infrastructure is undoubtedly one of the greatest challenges facing the world today. With more than half of the global population now inhabiting less than two percent of the world's land cover, the pressure being placed on urban infrastructure is unprecedented. Yet these challenges are not insurmountable.
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KPMG's Infrastructure Practice is pleased to present the Infrastructure 100: World Cities Edition; a showcase of 100 urban infrastructure projects that embody the spirit of innovation and stand as examples of exemplary infrastructure to city leaders around the world.


The Infrastructure 100 is an independent and unbiased reflection of some of the best urban infrastructure projects currently underway in the world.


Submissions were sought from across the globe between March and April 2012.


Two Australian projects were listed in the Top 100: Victoria's Comprehensive Cancer Centre Project, and the Gold Coast's Rapid Transit project.


The Infrastructure 100 is judged by an independent panel of expert industry professionals; no KPMG employees participated as judges.




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