Root Partnerships and InfraSol Group are pleased to announce they are coming together to form a 160+ person professional advisory and project management group with offices in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
The merger is a key step in both companies’ growth plans. It enables the group to broaden the breadth and depth of its service offering and expertise to better support clients.
InfraSol Group’s experience, primarily focussed on road, rail and water infrastructure, complements Root Partnerships’ work across the social, commercial and transport infrastructure sectors.
Root Partnerships’ CEO, David Gundy, will lead the combined business. InfraSol Group’s CEO, Sam Cook, will join the board and continue to lead the delivery of services currently provided by the InfraSol team.
“This decision aligns with Root Partnerships’ strategy to expand its transport and utilities infrastructure offering,” said David Gundy. “We can now offer integrated advisory and project management solutions across the entire infrastructure spectrum. We will also bring wider perspectives to our clients to deliver a superior range of services while maintaining the highest standards they have come to expect from both businesses.”
“It is exciting to align two companies that share similar values and cultures – bringing together great people who excel at delivering successful, high quality and sustainable outcomes,” said Sam Cook. “We welcome the expanded growth and development opportunities for our teams and look forward to supporting our clients with a broader range of skills and services.”
Image: David Gundy and Sam Cook
About Root Partnerships
Founded in 1994, Root Partnerships has advised on and delivered high profile and complex projects for many of Australia’s most influential brands and institutions in the government, private and not-for-profit sectors.
About InfraSol Group
Since 2007 InfraSol Group has provided independent advisory and project management services supporting its public and private sector clients in the delivery of major city shaping and nation building infrastructure.