Longitudinal Study of Performance in Large Australasian Public Sector Infrastructure Alliances 2008-2013

Walker, D, Harley, J and Blismas, N 2013, Longitudinal Study of Performance in Large Australasian Public Sector Infrastructure Alliances 2008-2013, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia

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Title of report Longitudinal Study of Performance in Large Australasian Public Sector Infrastructure Alliances 2008-2013
Author(s) Walker, D
Harley, J
Blismas, N
Year of publication 2013
Publisher RMIT University
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Building not elsewhere classified
Abstract/Summary This report provides a state of the art reflection of alliancing. Our analysis provides considerable evidence of success in using this form of infrastructure procurement with the majority of alliances delivering highly successful results. While the pace of alliancing has slackened in recent years, along with a general decline in construction infrastructure activity, Australasia remains a world leader in alliancing. This leading role is evidenced by interest in the Australasian experience of alliancing by those engaged in alliances in Finland, The Netherlands and the UK. The report provides a historical view over a critical period of construction investment in infrastructure in Australasia that should be of interest to researchers and practitioners, project owners and non-owner project participants engaged in alliances.
Commissioning body Longitudinal Study of Performance  in Large Australasian Public Sector  Infrastructure Alliances 2008-2013
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