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Adrian Kloeden (Chairman) and
Brendan Lyon (Chief Executive)

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Policy Submissions

National Infrastructure Awards

Infrastructure Partnerships Australia convenes Australia’s National Infrastructure Awards each year. ... > read more

Principles

IPA is committed to principles of efficiency, innovation, customer service, safety, equity, reliability, value for money and excellence in the design, construction and operation of infrastructure.... > read more

Case Studies

Our case study compilation captures a proven record of innovation and expertise in infrastructure delivery.... > read more

Research and Publications

Australian Infrastructure Metric Sept Quarter 2015

7 DECEMBER 2015 | The September 2015 quarter saw strong levels of civil construction work won; underpinned by strong roads and NBN-related investment.... > read more

Reforming the urban water sector

12 NOVEMBER 2015 | Infrastructure Partnerships Australia (IPA) and the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) have put together a major report which calls for a new, nationally-led programme of reform to urban water. ... > read more

Australian Infrastructure Metric March 2015

30 JULY 2015 | The average work won index for the first nine months of FY2014/15 was down significantly on FY2013/14.... > read more

Newsroom

Federal Government needs to intervene to stop

11 FEBRUARY | The Canberra Liberal Opposition’s repeated threats to dishonour the Territory’s light rail PPP contract if elected must cease in the national interest, said Infrastructure Partnerships Australia. ... > read more

Sydney's Ferries better with private operator

04 FEBRUARY 2016 | The NSW Auditor General’s report into the franchising of Sydney Ferries has confirmed that competition has driven down the cost to taxpayers while retaining the highest levels of service, safety and on-time running, says Infrastructure ... > read more

Time for Canberra liberals to move on

2 FEBRUARY | The national infrastructure sector urged the Canberra Liberals to abandon talk of sovereign risk in the Australian Capital Territory – and move instead to outline a positive agenda. ... > read more