The Infrastructure Association of Queensland (IAQ), which was formed in 1994, is designed to encourage private sector participants involved in the development, ownership or operation of infrastructure projects to meet their industry peers, potential clients and customers to discuss and act upon infrastructure issues which affect the industry as a whole.
IAQ are a not for profit, Non-Government Organisation, and their 80 member companies are deliberately balanced to include Client organisations and asset owners, Economists & Accountants, Legal, Infrastructure Financiers, Engineering, Construction and Services companies.
Today the IAQ is committed to connecting, informing and developing Queensland’s infrastructure industry.
The objectives of the IAQ are:
- to be a peak industry body which is representative of private sector participants in the lifecycle of public infrastructure and to provide positive interaction with Government in pursuit of these objects
- engage with Government and the community on the continuing need for expansion and enhancement of public infrastructure as an essential platform for Queensland’s economic and social development
- engage with members, Government, industry and the community to promote and maximize private sector involvement in public infrastructure in Queensland
- consult with Government in relation to its guidelines and policies on private sector involvement in the provision of public infrastructure in Queensland
- provide a forum for the dissemination and promotion of developments relating to public infrastructure among members, Government, industry and the community
- facilitate networking among industry participants.