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Voices on Infrastructure: Achieving excellence in real estate major projects

Thanks to growing project and technological complexity as well as changing consumer preferences and new business models, traditional rules no longer apply to the way space is acquired, developed, and used.

Articles in this issue

Interview - Voices on Infrastructure

Conquering Everest: An interview with Simon Murphy, CEO of Battersea Power Station Development Company

– First constructed in the 1930s and decommissioned some 50 years later, the Battersea Power Station has been the focus of numerous redevelopment projects, none of which were successful. A new, seven-phased approach has helped reverse that trend.
Commentary - Voices on Infrastructure

Human-centered design: A win for real-estate stakeholders

– Developers can optimize success rates for major projects by focusing on inhabitants’ health, community, and quality of life.
Commentary - Voices on Infrastructure

Using power and technology to deliver resilience in Hudson Yards

– Outfitting Manhattan’s Hudson Yards with sustainable power and technology solutions was no easy feat—but well worth the effort. Jay Cross, president of Related Hudson Yards, shares his perspective.
Commentary - Voices on Infrastructure

Capturing success in major projects: A series of options

– Understanding what makes large-scale real-estate projects different than smaller projects can greatly improve developers’ chances of maximizing profitability.

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