The NSW Government has reportedly poached NZ AAPT chief executive, Paul Broad, to head up the state’s new infrastructure revitalization project.


Although the rumors are yet to be substantiated, the Sydney Morning Herald has reported that the AAPT chief is to be appointed to the new state position within days.


The NSW State Government has announced that the infrastructure revitalization project will be an independent body to improve the identification, priority and delivery of new infrastructure projects around the state.


The Infrastructure NSW report states that ‘The new body will ensure the roads, rail, hospitals, ports and other upgrades NSW so desperately needs are delivered according to need, on time and on budget.’