Research Briefing | Oct 13, 2021

Australian Infrastructure Market Capacity

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Infrastructure Australia releases its first market capacity report today and consensus is clear, there are major challenges ahead securing the skills and materials we need to deliver a large and growing public infrastructure pipeline. 

BIS Oxford Economics worked alongside other analysts, academics and industry professionals to help deliver this report for Infrastructure Australia, and look forward to building on this analysis as the economy navigates the challenges ahead.

Access this report to see analysis and information on:

  • The capacity of the Australia infrastructure market
  • Major project activity trends and outlooks
  • Demand trends and outlook by resource type
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