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This book questions the premise that Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) have a performance advantage over traditionally procured projects. It examines novel research comparing the differences in performance between PPP and traditionally procured infrastructure projects and thoughtfully scrutinises the supposed advantages of PPPs.
This resource and its hundreds of case studies give project proponents a catalogue of proven mechanisms to fund and finance infrastructure.
During COP27, our guest authors from WAPPP, CPCS Transcom Ltd and Princeton University explore recommendations for integrating and mainstreaming three climate-related risks.
This recently updated directory of national and subnational project pipelines in G20 countries enables governments and industries track projects and assemble market analyses
Infrastructure is key to achieving fair and sustainable economic growth and climate targets. Three trends to stimulate the private sector to fund the large-scale change to enable infrastructure to reach its climate and development potential
The last decade has seen a growing investor appetite toward sustainable infrastructure investments. However, there are challenges to accelerating these investments at the speed and scale needed. In this article we explore two projects - the Tibar Bay Port in Timor-Leste and the Clean Ganga Program in India - that illustrate how these challenges can be overcome.
Nicholas Yandle, Head of Programmes - Project Futures, UK IPA shares insights on their recent Roadmap, exploring ways to achieve digitalisation, standardised approaches and carbon emissions reductions when it comes to infrastructure delivery.
Achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals will require massive investment in developing countries. Blended finance, which combines concessional public funds with commercial funds, can be a powerful means to direct more commercial finance toward impactful investments that are unable to proceed on strictly commercial terms
This paper provides a contextual commentary on the state of infrastructure delivery around the world. The views within are not necessarily that of the GIobal Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) but are an important viewpoint to contextualise use of the GI Hub’s Improving Delivery Models initiative framework
Emerging insights from Italy and its Next Gen EU implementation plans
AIFP equips African civil servants to effectively lead infrastructure project procurement and financing.
The policy framework for investment provides a systematic approach for improving investment conditions and a comprehensive checklist of key policy issues for consideration by any government interested in creating an enabling environment for all types of investment.
Infrastructure NSW works behind the scenes to support these goals. Since 2015, one of our major tools has been the Infrastructure Investor Assurance Framework (IIAF).
Procuring agencies will assess the early contractor involvement (ECI) procurement model as part of the procurement options analysis on complex major infrastructure projects, where there is significant unknown scope, risks or interfaces, or a need for accelerated delivery timeframes.
Design-build has been used in the private sector for decades, particularly in the industrial and process industries (often known as EPC or engineeringprocurement-construction). In executing their designbuild projects, private sector owners typically contract with their design-builders early in the project’s life.
A set of practice note encourages a staged assessment of the potential benefits from delivery of an early works packaging strategy to be undertaken early in the planning phase on all major infrastructure construction projects.
This resource consists of a variety of options available to address the principle as applicable to the particular circumstances of a project.
This document explains the stages of project development and the level of detail that may be confidently provided to the public at each stage.
Watch the seminar hosted by GI Hub in collaboration with the G20 Infrastructure Working Group (IWG) on Scaling up sustainable infrastructure investment by leveraging private sector participation, bringing together stakeholders from the public and private sectors, providing them with a platform to share their work and perspectives on how we can best address gaps in infrastructure investment