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Sectors
Competency not Dependency
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Clients not Company First

Sectors

We operate in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.

The majority of our clients are government agencies but we do, on occasions, undertake work for private sector organisations. Importantly we work with our clients in the planning, development and delivery of their infrastructure, property and urban development projects to achieve their goals.

Education

InfraSol understands the significance and impact of schools infrastructure on a community. We work with government and private organisations to deliver a strategic vision that provides the best value for money solutions...

Health

As a leading voice in strategic and commercial advisory and delivery services, InfraSol provides unique insight into the complex programmes associated with health infrastructure.

Urban Infrastructure

With extensive experience in a wide range of services and sectors, InfraSol is able to adapt to the needs of our clients. Our work within Urban Development has seen Projects be successfully delivered to the benefit of a...

Ports

InfraSols’ experience in complex freight interfaces enables our people to provide wholistic project advice on port, road and rail integration.

Roads

InfraSols’ diverse skills and experience gained from extensive road infrastructure projects uniquely positions us to deliver informed, independent advice in complex and changing environments.

Airports

InfraSol has high caliber, experienced people who deliver project advisory services to clients on airport infrastructure development.

Water Infrastructure

InfraSols’ experience in advising on some of Australia’s most significant water projects provides our clients with a collaborative approach that uses our ‘hands on’ capabilities to deliver sustainable outcomes in water...

Rail

InfraSol’s extensive history in the early development and procurement of major rail projects gives us unique insight into the challenges and opportunities that such large programmes entail.