Infrastructure resilience requires investment in the right projects, a structured approach to identify assets for renewal and maintenance optimisation, supply chain resilience, collaboration between government and delivery partners and right regulatory environment and frameworks for investment across government.
In an environment where there is a focus on shovel-ready projects and stimulus, it is important to ensure that there are sound criteria and prioritisation for investment. Fast paced reactive decision making needs to be aligned to longer term requirements.
Procurement and backlog maintenance can be fast tracked, but investments need to be supported by robust processes and supply chain continuity to ensure they are delivered in an efficient and cost effective manner that is fit for purpose.
The right asset information, collected in a systematic way, is vital for robust asset investment
The right asset information is vital for robust asset investment
KPMG Australia’s Dynamic Risk Assessment identifies the biggest risks facing cities as a result of the coronavirus pandemic
Identifying the biggest risks facing cities following the coronavirus pandemic
Focusing on maintenance will ensure government stimulus is delivered to industries hardest hit whilst addressing immediate infrastructure needs.
Ensuring stimulus is effective in creating value and boosting the economy.
KPMG field experts look at global trends in infrastructure and give their insights on how they might affect infrastructure in Australia.
KPMG field experts examine how global trends in infrastructure might affect Australia.
Seen by many as the lifeblood of the industry, Integrated Project Controls underpin how construction companies plan and deliver capital projects.
Integrated Project Controls underpin how companies plan and deliver capital projects.