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Voices on Infrastructure: June 2022

Building resilient infrastructure supply chains

Navigating the net-zero transition will require the construction industry to not only grow its workforce but also attract and develop new talent.

Inside this edition


Introduction: June 2022

– Halfway through 2022, it’s clear that the global supply chain is still recovering.

News from the Global Infrastructure Initiative: June 2022

– Welcome to the June 2022 edition of Voices on Infrastructure, which focuses on building resilient infrastructure supply... chains.

Here comes the 21st century’s first big investment wave. Is your capital strategy ready?

– A surge of investment in hard assets will pressure already strained supply chains and project delivery systems. CEOs who transform their capital strategy fast—and first—may win a competitive edge.

Closing labor gaps to revitalize US infrastructure

– US construction projects are short-staffed today, and the problem is set to get worse. Here’s what the sector can do to close the gap

Infrastructure leaders need new capabilities to move toward net-zero emissions

– As the infrastructure sector increases its focus on sustainability, leaders must acquire and hone capabilities to manage new complexities in delivering projects on time and within budget.

Built to last: An interview with Jennifer Lin of Trimble

– Trimble’s chief platform officer discusses how becoming more tech-forward will help the industry become more sustainable, efficient, and attractive to younger generations.

Building the net-zero workforce

– A four-step strategy can help enable the next generation of industry workers to deliver the net-zero portfolio.

Recent Roundtables

Article - Roundtable

Chicago 2022: Preparing our power grids for energy transition and climate change

– The energy sector is undergoing a major transformation.
Article - Roundtable

Washington, DC 2022: Future-proofing our water infrastructure

– The United States faces aging water infrastructure, with the average water-network pipe built 45 years ago and high rates of breakage... in recent years. Even as the investment backlog grows, new issues have emerged such as climate resilience, cybersecurity, and a relatively slow rate of digital innovation.