South Africa

Infrastructure and Major Projects 

We are living through an age of unprecedented investment in infrastructure. It is vital to long-term economic growth and to meet some of the greatest challenges of today, such as meeting energy demand, coping with the impact of urbanisation and address historical infrastructure and social backlogs.

KPMG understand how critical infrastructure development and capital projects are and have assembled an integrated and experienced team with deep technical skills, and extensive experience, to advise our clients throughout the entire infrastructure and capital projects lifecycle, namely:

 

  • Strategy and concept development
  • Procurement and financing
  • Delivery and construction
  • Operations and performance

 

KPMG have invested in deep sector skills to ensure our teams add value to our clients across a range of sectors, including but not limited to energy, water, transport, mining, oil and gas, cities and social infrastructure.

INSIGHT: Population

INSIGHT: Population
This explores some of the biggest challenges related to population. It also features Report on APAC, a region at the center of the demographic shift.

Foresight: A Global Infrastructure Perspective

Foresight: A Global Infrastructure Perspective
Let’s face it: today’s infrastructure development is primarily shaped by cost considerations. Whether it is the cost of debt, the cost of funding etc.

Read more on the blog

Keep up to date with the latest infrastructure news and opinions on the KPMG South Africa blog

 

Contact

Contact

Kobus Fourie
Head: Infrastructure and Major Projects
 

For more information on infrastructure and major projects, contact us on fm.za-fmjhbinfrastructu@kpmg.co.za

Infrastructure 100: World Markets Report

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In an age of austerity and with funding in short supply, governments must make difficult choices about where to focus infrastructure spend. Balancing the aspirations of a nation with the need for true social benefit is not an easy challenge.