Strategy, Policy and Planning

By: Think Infrastructure  05-Apr-2012

With learned practical application gained from the houses of Treasury, Banking and Engineering our team have the nous to unwrap an issue, look at the community imperatives and build just enough policy and procedure to make sure activities are controlled well and tuned to the outcomes required.

Think Infrastructure provides strategic advice on economic and social Infrastructure, and organisational change. We have experienced staff who provide independent advice from a background of leadership, industry experience, commercial reality and innovative ideas. Our staff have extensive experience assisting organisations, find solutions to their problems and achieve their goals.

Other products and services from Think Infrastructure


Disputes and Fairness Decisions

We work closely with business owners, government agencies, legal counsels, insurance companies, contractors, engineering firms, and architects – for the preparation, presentation, evaluation, and resolution of all types of construction claims and disputes.


Assets and Facilities

Additionally, we can investigate and improve ‘actual’ and ‘balance’ sheet performance, of public sector asset management –assisting public sector agencies to make informed choices in their asset strategy and planning to deliver rationalised and efficient estates.


Business Cases

With comprehensive experience developing business cases with the industry recognised ‘five cases’ model, Think Infrastructure facilitates the building of robust business cases for ourclients’ projects. We are engineers, programme managers, economists and accountants experienced in front-end infrastructure project development and management.



Our procurement experience extends from securing conventional facilities management using scheduled rates to sophisticated partnerships, alliance arrangements, and PPPs – attached to incentives for performance and risk and innovation reward sharing. Scoping the best capabilities, appropriate risk allocations, and reduced transaction costs, are key drivers that determine the final form of the contractual relationship on any project.