On the 30 of March 2021, Australian strategic advisory, project delivery and technical services consultancy Indec reached agreement to be acquired by Egis, so accelerating Egis’ ambition to become a key player in the Australian infrastructure market.
Egis has been present in Australia in road tunnel maintenance for almost 30 years and in architecture since the acquisition of Inhabit in 2019. Over recent years, Egis has also expanded its rail engineering and consultancy services in both Australia and New Zealand securing roles on projects such as the City Rail Link (Auckland, NZ), Parramatta Light Rail (Sydney) and Melbourne Metro Tunnel.
The acquisition of Indec enables Egis to strengthen its Australian presence in transportation and mobility, built environment, defence and water markets.
Indec is a leading provider of strategic advisory, project development and delivery, and technical services to both Government and private sector clients. Since the business was founded in Melbourne in 1982 it has expanded nationally and now has more than 80 employees across offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Indec is a key partner to Governments on many large scale infrastructure projects in Australia, particularly in the rail and bus sectors. Notable projects include the Technical Advisor for the High Capacity Metro Trains in Melbourne, Independent Certifier services for the Regional Rail project in New South Wales and Independent Verifier (fleet) for the Brisbane Metro project in Queensland.