Insights on Capital Projects & Infrastructure

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High stakes: How investors can manage risk in the new infrastructure environment

– Technology is disrupting construction on multiple fronts. What are the consequences for infrastructure-investment managers?

Industrial projects and portfolios

Report

The art of project leadership: Delivering the world’s largest projects

– Four mind-sets and eight leadership practices distinguish successful leaders of ultralarge projects.
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Getting big mining projects right: Lessons from (and for) the industry

– Overruns and delays are common in big mining projects. Intelligent interventions can improve the odds of success—particularly... on distressed projects.
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Reimagining supply-chain collaboration in a low-oil-price environment

– A new approach to collaboration, within a company, between suppliers, and across the industry, could unlock savings that would... increase profitability and safety.

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Executive Briefing - lapetitemort.info Global Institute

Bridging infrastructure gaps: Has the world made progress?

– Despite increased spending and pockets of progress, infrastructure investment gaps remain.
Report - lapetitemort.info Global Institute

Reinventing construction through a productivity revolution

– To transform the sector, action is needed in seven areas or through broader adoption of mass-production approaches.

Global Infrastructure Initiative

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Voices on Infrastructure

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Collaborative contracting: Making it happen

– Full implementation of integrated project delivery (IPD) or other forms of alliance contracting isn’t for everyone. But... everyone can and should implement collaborative contracting practices today to improve project outcomes.
Commentary

How financial products can attract infrastructure capital from institutional investors

– By mitigating key risks of investing in major infrastructure projects in emerging markets, banks, governments, and international... financial institutions can close the funding gap in developing Asia.
Commentary

Smarter infrastructure: A solution to the productivity puzzle?

– What elements lay the groundwork for “smart infrastructure,” and how can the public sector drive them?
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How innovation is reshaping Europe’s urban environment

– To stay competitive, real estate leaders must offer new services that address the evolving needs and desires of individuals, companies,... and communities, such as flexibility or sustainability.
Report

Improving the delivery of road infrastructure across the world

– Five best practices should inform efforts to boost countries’ road-infrastructure delivery systems.
Interview

Construction in the cloud: An interview with Thomas Wolf, CEO of RIB Software

– As construction moves into the cloud, here’s what industry leaders must do to lay the groundwork for change.
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Going digital to advance infrastructure delivery: The open information project

– Owners and contractors can share “integrated project delivery” benefits on any project—including digital work... flows and increased visibility—through a connected data environment.
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How OEMs can seize the high-tech future in agriculture and construction

– Our research showed that OEMs in North America should focus on five core areas to take advantage of the changing landscape.
Report

The rail sector’s changing maintenance game

– How can rail operators and OEMs benefit from the disruption brought on by digitization?
Commentary

Smart city resilience: Digitally empowering cities to survive, adapt, and thrive

– In the age of the smart city, leaders must adapt their resilience strategy to match their evolving risk profile—otherwise... they risk building a smarter but more fragile city.
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Putting citizens first: How Latin American cities can be smart

– For Latin America’s cities to remain competitive, they must understand their citizens’ experiences and needs—and... design policies accordingly.
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