The recent recession presented the building and construction sector with significant challenges. By aligning our services to the new market conditions created by the downturn, KPMG is committed to working with our clients in meeting the challenges involved in building and construction activities.
As liquidity pressures ease following the recession, other considerations like climate change, sustainability issues and the transforming nature of the information economy will affect the future value of investments in construction and dictate which areas will drive growth.
KPMG services span all main asset classes:
- Retirement villages and frail care
Our clients include construction companies, developers, fund and property managers, advisers, financial institutions and investors as well as large tenants such as corporations and government.
Our capabilities extend to:
- detailed market research
- reporting and regulation
- climate change and sustainability
- enterprise risk management
- fraud risk management
- project management skills
- all forms of taxation
- assurance and audit services
- business strategies
- transaction structuring advisory.
Our professionals draw on the resources of KPMG’s extensive international building and construction network.
They harness a multi-disciplinary skill set to help their clients efficiently transact investment or development deals. Our team will work with you throughout the transaction, from initial planning through to execution and completion.
KPMG clients can expect to receive the highest standard of professional services through a business relationship that goes beyond the traditional approach.