Pacific Partnerships

Pacific Partnerships supports clients' infrastructure investments through financing solutions, technical innovations and life-cycle value, building smarter cities and stronger regions.

As a developer, investor and manager of infrastructure concession assets, Pacific Partnerships enables governments and private clients to deliver sustainable infrastructure and bring forward social and economic benefits for the communities they serve.

We are a long-term industrial sponsor and partner to our clients, infrastructure users, institutional investors and lenders. We use public private partnership (PPP) and other models, including build own operate transfer (BOOT) structures, to seamlessly drive major investments through development and delivery and into long-term asset management. 

We are proud to be delivering and operating quality assets and infrastructure in the road, rail, health, education and corrections sectors.

A leading provider of PPPs

Pacific Partnerships was established in 2014 and combines the PPP capabilities of CIMIC Group into a focused, industry-leading business.

We harness the Group's collective financial, technical, delivery and operational expertise to actively develop and drive a whole-of-life solution that maximises value to our clients, communities and CIMIC Group. By deploying the necessary technical, commercial and financial resources we successfully control, plan and deliver all phases of a PPP.

CIMIC has been responsible for the delivery of more than 20 PPPs valued at close to $40 billion over the past 20 years.

  • New Zealand's first

    road PPP and Canberra's first light rail project 

  • 117

    new carriages to form NSW’s regional rail fleet

  • 135km

    of arterial roads

  • 1445 km

    of rail track

  • Australia's first

    automated metro train

  • 7

    key inner city road projects 

  • 2028

    hospital beds

  • 2493

    prisoners accommodated

  • road
    41 km

    of major tunnels for rail and road 

  • 12 

    social infrastructure PPPs totaling over $11 billion

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