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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

IPA and NCOSS joint submission - NSW energy reform

20 OCTOBER 2014 | The Council of Social Service of NSW and Infrastructure Partnerships Australia are pleased to make a joint submission in respect of the reinvestment of proceeds from the partial lease of the NSW electricity transmission and distribution ... > read more

Australian Infrastructure Metric June Qtr 2014

2 OCTOBER 2014 | Work won in the June quarter was an exceptionally weak finish to an otherwise strong 2013-14 financial year. However, the outlook for work done over the next 12 months is forecast to see a $15 billion drop in activity.... > read more

Newsroom

Martin Ferguson calls for poles and wires lease

21 NOVEMBER 2014 | Infrastructure Partnerships Australia welcomes the call by respected former energy minister Martin Ferguson for the NSW Parliament to respect a mandate for the sale of the electricity sector, in a major address to the national infrastru... > read more

Infrastructure Australia: clear reform, investment

6 NOVEMBER 2014 | The first statement of expectations for the renewed Infrastructure Australia provides public transparency and accountability for real progress on policies and projects, said Infrastructure Partnerships Australia. ... > read more