- Unprecedent infrastructure investment has been announced by the state and territory government
- Mohammed Abdulahi, a director at Partners in Performance, has argued that industry productivity must be revolutionised
- The construction sector has become less productive compared to other sectors over the last 30 years
Structured support and investment are needed to help Australia meet its record infrastructure pipeline, said a global management consulting firm.
Partners in Performance noted that unprecedented levels of infrastructure investment are being witnessed across Australia, with the states and territories pledging over $120 billion of investment over the next decade in such projects.
The delivery of these projects, however, is expected to be challenged by significant cost overruns.