Data centres, mobile technologies (including 5G), fibre optic cables, high-speed broadband, satellites, mobile phone base stations, masts, voice and data bandwidth and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP).
A core aspect of this is the implementation of new digital technologies in the infrastructure sector to improve the efficiency of existing infrastructure as well as new build. The utilisation of such technologies, which may integrate technologies such as blockchain, big data and machine learning, provides a better experience for users and higher profits for the asset owner.
Airports, seaports, canals, bridges, inland waterways, rail, integrated infrastructure/roads, electrical vehicles and charging infrastructure.
Infrastructure including land preparation, transport links, irrigation, power, fire detection, sawmills to support the production of logs, timber and plywood products and wood pellets.
Water and Environment
Water utilities, the supply of drinking water, the management of hazardous waste, solid waste, sewage waterways and dams.