Australia

Transport & Infrastructure 

Transport and infrastructure are particularly dynamic elements of the modern economic order, constantly adapting to changing financial, commercial, technological, regulatory and environmental influences.

Paul Foxlee

Paul Foxlee

National Sector Leader, Transport & Infrastructure

+61 2 9335 7438


Infrastructure

Economic and social infrastructure
KPMG helps clients understand the business, investment and public policy opportunities arising from increased investment in infrastructure.

Global Infrastructure Practice

Our global infrastructure professionals provide practical, insightful and valuable advice to both the public and private sectors, cutting through the complexity of infrastructure issues to help our clients meet their challenges.

Global Construction Survey

Global Construction Survey
KPMG's Global Construction Survey highlights the outlook for many engineering and construction companies, and key issues confronting the industry.

Globally, the transport and infrastructure sector is grappling with consolidation, surplus capacity, access to capital, pressures on profitability, complex information technology requirements and ever-increasing government regulation.

 

In Australia, the focus on driving infrastructure investment has implications for all levels of government as well as for financiers, investors and various public and private sector enterprises.

 

How we can help

KPMG helps clients understand the business, investment and public policy opportunities arising from investment in infrastructure. We offer a coordinated approach to designing, executing and managing major infrastructure projects and transactions.


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


KPMG boasts a solid infrastructure track record, having participated in many of Australia’s largest and most complex government asset sales, privatisations and public-private partnerships. We advise on all elements of the infrastructure life cycle, from strategy formulation and planning through to financing, development and operation.
 
We advise clients on a range of critical business and industry issues, including:

  • public private partnerships
  • privatisations and asset sales
  • reporting and regulation
  • plant location analysis, closures and relocations
  • mergers, acquisitions and asset disposals
  • restructuring and debt advisory
  • climate change and sustainability
  • IT project advisory
  • capital raising
  • tax planning and compliance
  • cross-border financing
  • supply chain optimisation
  • enterprise risk management
  • investigating fraud and other misconduct.

Understanding the City Deals approach

Understanding the City Deals Approach: Paul Low
In this video series, KPMG Australia Partner, Paul Low, explores the UK approach and discusses its relevance to Australian infrastructure planning.

Michael Hiller on Infrastructure, Government & Healthcare

Michael Hiller
Michael Hiller discusses government's changing role and how delivering more with less and being customer-focused will require strategic partners.

Infrastructure 100: World Markets Report

Infrastructure 100 World Markets Report
A global panel of independent industry experts has identified 100 of the world’s most inspirational and innovative infrastructure projects.