Our Capabilities

P2 Infrastructure presents a unique and dependable capability that aligns with the needs and objectives of the clients, communities, governments, nations, funding bodies, and development initiatives we represent.

What we do

We have the experience and expertise to deliver infrastructure solutions in key sectors and applications:

Water and Wastewater

Ports and Harbours

energy and telecommunication

roads and bridges

airports and airfields

building and civil

We have the proven ability to deliver across various procurement models:

  • project management
  • early contractor involvement
  • design and construct
  • design only
  • construct only
  • head contractor
  • operation and maintenance

How we work

Central to our work is our capacity to engage early with the client and community – conducting the groundwork that enables us to develop unique solutions specifically tailored to the implementation environment of each project.

Early engagement enables us to align financial, social, cultural, and environmental objectives with dependable project outcomes:

  • tapping local expertise
  • establishing supply chains
  • building logistics frameworks
  • mitigating risk
  • optimising solutions
  • realising potential
  • minimising maintenance
  • maximising durability and endurance

Our Work

P2 Infrastructure undertakes head contractor roles in construction, including all services required for the physical delivery of capital infrastructure in the Pacific.  Central to our work is our capacity to engage early with clients and community to deliver tailored solutions to align financial, social, cultural, and environmental objectives.  We value quality, gender equality, and social inclusion, use and upskill local labour, and are responsive to the needs of partner governments, and climate and disaster resilience. We also apply appropriate safeguards to our construction works.  Our construction delivery includes water and wastewater, ports and harbours, roads and bridges, airports and airfields, energy and telecommunications, and the building and civil sectors.