Expanding and renewing Australia’s economic and social infrastructure has been a recurring theme of the present Federal Government’s political narrative since its election.
Economic and social infrastructure

Paul Foxlee

Paul Foxlee

National Sector Leader, Transport & Infrastructure

+61 2 9335 7438

A rapid increase in infrastructure investment has implications for all layers of government as well as for financiers, investors and various public and private-sector enterprises as they strive to give substance to the government’s ambitions.


KPMG boasts a solid public-sector infrastructure track record, having participated in many of Australia’s largest and most complex government asset sales, privatisations and public-private partnerships (PPPs).


We offer a coordinated approach to designing, executing and managing major infrastructure projects and transactions.


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.


How we can help

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


Infrastructure Financial Excellence Award

KPMG received the Infrastructure Financial Excellence Award for its role in advising on the Barangaroo Development Project.

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