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Infrastructure Development

Invigorating the economy should start with a significant investment in the state’s infrastructure: roads, bridges, rail lines, sewer lines, electric grid, ports and, crucially, broadband. A well designed infrastructure programme would not only create badly needed jobs in the near term, but would lay the groundwork for future economic growth. Businesses relying on crumbling roads, aging tracks, erratic electricity and slow broadband speeds start with a disadvantage that no amount of subsidy can make up.

Our Infrastructure and Capital Projects practice provides specialised resources to assist in our clients’ efforts to improve the delivery of capital projects and help meet their program objectives. Our ICP team is composed of professionals with practical industry experience in nearly every aspect of the project lifecycle, and with advanced degrees in engineering, architecture, business, banking, accounting, quantity surveying, environmental sciences, actuarial and law. We can also call on resources from our global infrastructure advisory and capital projects teams, providing our clients with access to an environment of high collaboration and global expertise, ensuring the completion of capital programmes to world-class standards and global best practice.

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