Infrastructure is one of the biggest and most complex challenges of the 21st century. An estimated
US$78 trillion of investment will be needed by 2025 to sustain global growth. KPMG’s Global
Infrastructure practitioners, on site in 150 countries with over 2,500 dedicated professionals, advise
governments, developers and investors across the life cycle of projects – from strategy and financing
to delivery and hand-back.
We specialize in infrastructure as a sector and aim to bring insights and innovation through our deep
sector expertise and strive to be acknowledged as the “clear choice” adviser amongst our clients. As
part of our Infrastructure, Government & Healthcare (IG&H) global practice, the sector is currently
one of the largest and fastest growing line of business in KPMG, and the future pipeline of
opportunities is very exciting.
For any infrastructure projects – large or small – success depends on the strength of the project
strategy and development. From initial opportunity assessments to delivery of individual projects,
KPMG’s network of experts combine global industry leading practices with local know-how to guide
clients through every step of the process. KPMG’s services are designed to support all facets of
development, including the selection and prioritization of projects, strategic planning and
establishing effective management structures