Navigating the path to corporate integrity and net-zero commitment

Karen Dingley | December 6, 2023
With heightened challenges being faced by the 11,000 organizations that have pledged to the UN Race to Zero initiative, the issue of corporate integrity and the urgency of fulfilling commitments to achieve a net-zero future by 2050 has become critical.

Meeting the challenge of decarbonizing the world's ports

Werner Gous, Ezgi Kaya, Michael Houen, Andrew Catto & Sudhir Thakurdin | December 5, 2023
Decarbonization in transportation infrastructure and operations is crucial to mitigating climate change issues being discussed at COP28.  According to the United Nations Office for Project Services, an estimated 79% of global greenhouse gas emissions are related to infrastructure.

Navigating the social seas in the race to net-zero

Karen Dingley | December 4, 2023
We explore the potential social consequences that accompany the ambitious pursuit of carbon reduction, framing the discourse with ways decision-makers can reframe and re-strategize this endeavor.
The reach and economic impact of TfL's supply chain

The reach and economic impact of TfL's supply chain

Tim Fanning and Maria Ioannou | November 22, 2023
What economic impact does transport investment in London have throughout the UK? Hatch provided a detailed analysis this summer for Transport for London, capturing the impacts on jobs and GDP. Read more here.
Constructability – planning for project success

Constructability—planning for project success

Eilidh McGregor, Roberto Luison | November 15, 2023
In the complex world of construction, there's an often-overlooked hero: the constructability review. Senior Project Engineer, Eilidh McGregor, and Regional Manager Construction, Roberto Luison, dive deep into the vital role of constructability reviews in ensuring project success. Join us as we explore the essential steps, challenges, and benefits of this cornerstone practice in the transit industry.
Khutso Sekgota and Herman Strauss_

Key trends shaping the mining and metals sector in Southern Africa, Part 2: Digital

Khutso Sekgota and Herman Strauss | November 6, 2023
Organizations are shifting focus and adapting to changes shaping global industries, resulting in an increased focus on sustainability, the adoption of digital tools and artificial intelligence, and adaptation to global supply chain changes. These shifts are affecting companies across all sectors, especially in mining and metals. In Southern Africa, these trends have been amplified by infrastructure challenges, reduced risk appetite, and limited capital flows