The Australian Government has appointed Cr Colin Murray as the new Chair of the independent Infrastructure Australia Board. Cr Murray is joined by Vicki Meyer, Cr Vonette Mead, Amanda Cooper, Dr Vanessa Guthrie AO, Elizabeth Schmidt and Robert Moffat who have also been appointed as Directors of Infrastructure Australia’s Board.
Independent evidence-based advice on infrastructure planning, policy and priorities to benefit all Australians
First Infrastructure Market Capacity report reveals surge in demand for skills, labour, plant and materials
Infrastructure Australia has today published its first Infrastructure Market Capacity report, forecasting a surge in demand for skills, labour and materials due to the rapid increase in public infrastructure investment.
The Infrastructure Market Capacity report responds to a request from the Council of Australian Governments in March 2020 for Infrastructure Australia to regularly report on the capacity of the market to deliver on the record investment pipeline, reflecting the record investment in the sector and the necessary demand for skills and materials to meet these levels.
Infrastructure Australia publishes 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan - A reform roadmap to leverage the $110b infrastructure spend and drive the national recovery
Infrastructure Australia charts a pathway to resilience as the national cost of natural disasters hits $39bn by 2050
Infrastructure Australia has outlined practical steps to deliver infrastructure that is more resilient to threats such as bushfires, droughts, floods, global pandemic, and cyber-attacks, in new advisory papers released today.
A Pathway to Infrastructure Resilience recommends a whole-of-system, all-hazards approach to resilience planning that focuses on strengthening an infrastructure asset, network and sector, as well as the place, precinct, city, and region that the infrastructure operates within.
The 2021 Australian Infrastructure Plan is a practical and actionable roadmap for infrastructure reform.
The Assessment Framework is designed to help you develop high-quality infrastructure proposals for submission to Infrastructure Australia. It provides a national standard for best-practice infrastructure development and explains our requirements and process for assessing proposals.
The Sustainability Principles explain and guide Infrastructure Australia’s approach to sustainability.
Romilly Madew AO, Chief Executive of Infrastructure Australia, was today welcomed to the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering as a fellow. She joins 25 leaders elected to Australia's Learned Academies for their work in applying science, technology and engineering to solve real-world problems.