Australia Asia Pacific



RPS is involved in some of the Australia and Asia Pacific region’s most important and challenging infrastructure projects.


We provide strategic advice and expert technical services to achieve the best outcomes for projects in transport, utilities, defence infrastructure and information and telecommunications.

Infrastructure Advisory

RPS acts as trusted advisor to a range of government and private sector clients, helping them to formulate strategy and policy, and progress projects through every stage of the project lifecycle.

We are experienced in leading investment justification and business case processes during the early planning stages of major infrastructure projects; providing strategic advice and project management services as project approvals are sought and granted and managing project, environmental and community risks during construction.

Our independence from any large engineering or construction company means we are better able to occupy the space between client, customer and technical drivers to achieve balanced project outcomes, while also giving prominence to our specialist areas.

Planning to Delivery

We deliver services throughout the full lifecycle of a project, from planning and tendering to regulatory approvals and community engagement, and the wide spectrum of deliverables during the design and construction phases.

RPS has helped deliver a vast range of infrastructure projects including:



Information & Telecommunications

Ports and Marinas

Railways & Cableways

Roadways, Tunnels and Bridges


RPS works closely with clients and partners to achieve superior quality outcomes and to deliver best practice solutions that are economically competitive, sustainable and add value for all stakeholders.

As a large and well resourced team with offices throughout the country, we have the capacity and expertise to mobilise quickly and deliver large and complex projects. We also draw on specialists from our global network for niche/specialist expertise.

Our diverse team comprises urban designers, planners, surveyors, landscape architects, project managers and specialists in communication and community engagement, environmental assessment and management, creative and bid services, project development, cultural heritage and sustainability.