Strategy

We are a leading provider of infrastructure delivered through public private partnerships (PPP) and other models including build own operate transfer (BOOT) structures.

 

Lifecycle delivery

As a CIMIC Group company, we have unique access to world-leading capabilities in construction (through CPB Contractors, Leighton Asia and Broad), in mining and mineral processing (through Thiess and Sedgman), in services (through UGL), and in engineering (through EIC Activities).

These diverse capabilities – underpinned by the financial strength of ASX-listed CIMIC Group – complement our expertise in financing and managing assets.  Our skills enhance CIMIC Group’s ability to deliver value across the lifecycle of assets, infrastructure and resources projects, and to invest in projects that generate long term revenues.

Enduring value

Our depth of in-house expertise and experience across diverse disciplines, sectors and geographies is enhanced by our network and reputation with local and international banks and institutional equity investors.

Our network extends to working with CIMIC Group’s wider network including HOCHTIEF, which is a major PPP developer and manager in Europe and North America, and ACS Group’s Iridium Concesiones de Infraestructuras, a leading developer and manager of government concessions involving economic and social infrastructure.

We are delivering projects of enduring value for clients, securing seamless collaborative projects for CIMIC Group’s operating companies, delivering sustainable returns to our shareholders and rewarding projects for our people. We continue to build on CIMIC Group’s delivery of more than 20 PPPs valued at more than $32 billion.

PPPs - A strategic market

The Australian PPP market is well developed and governments – at both a State and Federal level – have turned to the private sector for more than two decades to complement the delivery of infrastructure. PPPs have successfully delivered road, rail, health, education, defence, corrections, water, social housing and student accommodation projects.

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PPPs are expected to play an increasingly important part in meeting future infrastructure needs. Under the National PPP Policy Framework, agreed to by the Coalition of Australian Governments, all projects with a total capital value exceeding $50 million may be considered for PPP agreements. Pacific Partnerships was specifically created to address the current and future opportunities in this market.

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