Is there a future for infrastructure mega-projects?
The infrastructure industry continually evolves to meet new trends and imperatives – like new technology and greater sustainability, resilience and social impact – while also managing project risk. In recent years there has been a rise of multi-billion dollar infrastructure projects, also known as mega-projects. As we look towards a period of post-pandemic recovery, it’s timely to ask whether there is sufficient payoff for the increased risk and uncertainty associated with complex, large-scale projects.
The Global Infrastructure Hub and Columbia University’s School of Professional Studies invite you to join us for a panel discussion of infrastructure exploring the future of large-scale urban infrastructure projects.
The discussion will center on the challenges of megaprojects and how government and industry have been responding, including:
the evolution of mega-infrastructure projects;
the maturity of project delivery methods;
the role of resiliency and sustainability; and
case studies where government and industry have adapted to deliver the increasing size of public works infrastructure projects.
Henri Blas, CCO, Global Infrastructure Hub
Francisco X. Pineda, Faculty and Academic Program Director, Columbia University
Eve Michel, Senior Vice President of Development and Chief Architect, MTA Capital Construction
Patrick Askew, Executive Vice President, McKissack & McKissack; Deputy Director, New JFK Terminal One Project
Antonio Roig, Global BD Director, Acciona
Daniel Loschacoff, North America Head of Commercial Advisory, Steer
John Parkinson, Faculty, Columbia University, School of Professional Studies
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