We create social and economic outcomes through major infrastructure projects
At Infrastructure Skills Advisory, we enable government, industry, peak bodies and businesses to deliver social outcomes through major infrastructure projects.
Whether you are part of a government or a government supplier, we’re here to help.
Our procurement and project delivery services can help you uncover and deliver the economic and social benefits of diversity and inclusion policies.
We provide customised training on how to achieve socio-economic outcomes through social procurement, including diversity and inclusion best practice. See our skills development and training page.
We can advise on, guide and develop your diversity and inclusion strategy through our strategic infrastructure advisory services.
The groups most impacted by COVID-19 such as women, Indigenous Australians and young people could benefit from investment in construction. But only if governments use policy and procurement mechanisms to drive opportunities for those groups.
In this Infrastructure Magazine article, our Managing Director Claire Parry explains programs and incentives that could help Australia develop more infrastructure skills.
The Infrastructure Skills Advisory Blog is now live!
Our Blog is a chance to learn about the ins and outs of social procurement, skills development, economic development through government spending, and more.
How governments can use spending and social procurement policy to create positive socio-economic outcomes
Governments can draw on success stories in Australia to support its population through the COVID recovery phase. Read more >>
We offer unparalleled social procurement expertise. We are the only Australian business focused exclusively on social impact within major infrastructure projects.
Advising Sydney Metro's Workforce Development
Discover how Infrastructure Skills Advisory advised on the planning and delivery of Sydney Metro’s workforce development strategy and helped to provide future skills for civil infrastructure in New South Wales and Australia.