Global infrastructure survey puts risk allocation under the spotlight


Global law firm Pinsent Masons is asking industry leaders to share their views on risk allocation in the construction of infrastructure.

Multinational law firm Pinsent Masons is taking an in-depth look at how risk allocation is changing projects across the industry with its 2024 Global Infrastructure Survey.

There is still time to take part in the survey which has so far collected data from a range of geographies reflecting where respondents are currently most active, including the UK (44%), Australia (27%), the USA (25%), Vietnam (20%), the UAE (18%) and Canada (18%).

To contribute to this global analysis piece, industry leaders are being asked to share the trends seen over the past two years in risk allocation in the construction of infrastructure.

The survey is globally relevant and open to contractors, the construction supply chain, financiers, lenders, investors, owners, employers (public and private sector) and built environment academics, consultants and practitioners, covering a broad range of sectors and markets, including aerospace and defence, airports, roads, tunnels and bridges, commercial, industrial and residential buildings, dams, datacentres, energy (hydro, nuclear, onshore and offshore renewables and thermal), rail and mass transit, mining and minerals, ports, harbours and marine terminals, stadiums and waste and water infrastructure.

The survey looks at some 20 key risk areas and all experiences as to the shift (if any) and views regarding the appropriateness of current approaches and shift in risk allocation (if any), between owners, employers, contractors or the supply chain during the past 24 months.

The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete and will provide valuable industry intelligence around the area of how risk allocation is changing project procurement, delivery and execution s across the industry.

Click here to participate in the Pinsent Masons 2024 Global Infrastructure Survey.