city dwellers before 2035
Over nine billion
expected growth in global population by 2050
per annum forecasted global infrastructure spending by 2025
in cost-saving opportunities in current projects and processes worldwide
A triple-bottom-line accounting framework lets us see how projects can generate the highest value in environmental improvement, social benefit, and economic gain. It points the way to balanced decisions about where to invest funds and the impact those investments may ultimately have.
Major cities everywhere are looking to increase and improve public transit. Governments are tasked with delivering the goods: effective transportation systems that support better usage and help get cars and their carbon emissions off roads.
Governments all over the world are facing a serious set of problems. They’re operating huge deficits at the same time that they have a tremendous need for high-cost infrastructure.
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
North-West PATH Tunnel
Port Mann/Highway 1