The very foundation of economic, industrial and social development lies in the infrastructure and the power sector of an economy. The multiplier effect of infrastructure development on the economy is, thus, significant. Road transport, telecom, housing, railways, power, steel, cement, bridges, townships, shopping malls, food parks, aviation and shipping among others, all fall under the infrastructure sector. The global infrastructure industry and power sector has experienced rapid growth over the past fifteen years and attracted some 1,700 companies. Infrastructure was generally managed by national, single-sector utilities, but technological and regulatory change has allowed companies to cross traditional boundaries.