1.4 billion people
living where water use exceed minimum recharge levels
80% of waste water
is not collected or treated worldwide
47% of world population
will be living in areas of high water-stress by 2030
To build more prosperous, functional, and responsible cities, government and government agencies, private sectors, and communities need to engage in productive dialogue. It is only when these parties are successfully working together that we will respond to the future demand for infrastructure in innovative, life changing ways.
The digital economy is transforming the way cities will function, provide services to their citizens, and support businesses. Only with innovation will a city or region be able to attract the best and brightest to its workforce and continue to grow and prosper.
Expanding a government-owned nuclear power plant. Getting the right permits to build a new diamond mine. Redesigning busy train crossings. All benefit from expert knowledge about how to work effectively with government.
July 14-16, 2020
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States | Minneapolis Convention Center
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
CP Crossing Compliance Data Management
Mississauga, Ontario | Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Organizational design and right-sizing
Digital transformation and business improvement
Fleet Improvement Program
The socioeconomic impact of the Gautrain study