Infrastructure development is a powerful force in today’s global economy. Hundreds of billions of dollars are being spent every year maintaining, repairing, replacing, and building new capabilities for transportation, power, ports, terminals, and energy. Governments are looking to the private sector to help finance that investment.
Our Infrastructure Practice understands the divergent risk tolerance of the public sector, equity investors, lenders, and the construction sector, and can assist you in managing, reducing and mitigating risk in your projects and investments through the preservation of asset value, reduced volatility of revenue streams, and redeployment of capital.
Our approach focuses on lifecycle risk. As the challenges and risk profiles of stakeholders change throughout a project – from development through planning, design, construction, and operations – we provide the insights necessary to manage changing risks.
Through collaboration with other Marsh industry practices, we can provide you with solutions tailored specifically to the development of projects in power (carbon, nuclear, and renewables), transportation (high-speed rail, airports, roads, bridges, tunnels, and ports and terminals), utilities (electricity, gas, and water), energy (oil and gas – including refining, transportation, and storage), and social infrastructure (hospitals, schools, and accommodation).