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Pingtang Bridge: Hyper-local impact in action

A new bridge spanning a canyon has been built with local people, connecting two sides of a canyon like never before.

Embracing data vital for financial resilience

Quotas and targets are helpful, but real change means creating the right culture and behaviours.

Pandemic has speeded up change and the industry needs to respond

Covid-19 has accelerated ongoing changes in the global construction and infrastructure sector. It was important not to let the effects of the global pandemic hide...

Infrastructure industry risks commoditisation if it doesn’t adapt

Infrastructure technology leaders warn of dire consequences for the sector’s future if it doesn’t grasp technological change.  

“Technology is not a silver bullet” says Mott Macdonald CTO

Mark Enzer warns that digital technology must serve people, not people serve it, and industry needs to catch up to its own leading digital companies. 

Risk in the spotlight at FIDIC conference

Working together for successful outcomes is key to minimising and resolving disputes. There is no substitute for collaborative and collegiate leadership if major infrastructure projects...

Mega-projects are challenging the industry like never before

Major projects are becoming ever more complex with greater demands on those delivering them. The global construction and infrastructure sector is being challenged like never...

Honest conversations needed about infrastructure technology

Infrastructure leaders around the world have suggested Covid-19 offers lessons but technology adoption remains a big challenge. 

Why does the UK need HS2? “The Three Cs” – Mark...

Capacity, Connectivity and Carbon make the case for HS2, says the project's CEO. 

“Covid-19 change may prove short-lived” Sir John Armitt

UK's National Infrastructure Commission Chair makes case for data-led decision-making on infrastructure, warning that short term change often does not last.
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