The Australian Infrastructure Metric is a major, long-term research initiative produced in partnership with BIS Oxford Economics. The Metric captures circa 30 per cent of private construction activity each quarter – using this data to model ‘work won’ each quarter; and forecasting construction activity over the coming years. Our Australian Infrastructure Metric is a robust leading indicator of the strength and direction of the civil construction sector in Australia.
Around 20 of Australia’s largest civil contractors participate in our quarterly study. By capturing a substantial sample of ‘work won’ by these companies each quarter, the Australian Infrastructure Metric provides a timely indicator of civil construction activity in mining and public infrastructure. Our Metric also captures procurement trends and contracting types, over time.
The full Australian Infrastructure Metric report is available on the Major Reports section of our website.
Public Infrastructure: refers to all non-mining related infrastructure, including; transport, utilities, social infrastructure and other non-mining related infrastructure.
Transport: includes all civil construction related to road, rail, seaport and airport infrastructure.
Utilities: includes all civil construction related to telecommunications, pipelines, water storage, water supply, electricity generation, electricity transmission and electricity distribution.
Mining: includes construction of production, storage and distribution facilities, refineries, pumping stations, construction of mines, concentrators, aluminium smelters, chemical plants, blast furnaces, steel mills, other industrial processing plants, ovens.