Google’s Sidewalk Labs had a plan to transform Toronto into a smart city however received serious concerns of citizens.
Stuttgart 21 project has a been dubbed “Germany’s most divisive rail project”, is facing renewed criticism in the wake of the allegations
The Aston Martin Cognizant factory will utilise “the latest steel-belt rolling-road system, and a state-of-the-art-flow-imaging section area”.
Decommissioning has become an increasingly significant issue in the coal power generation and mining sectors “due to economic, socio-political and environmental factors”. Today, we are giving you the low-down on decommissioning – what it is, how it’s done and why it matters.
Dr Paul Chapman shared insights into the UK’s Major Project Leadership Academy, highlighting the centrality of leadership training in successful major programme delivery.
Today we are going to take a look at how the infrastructure industry can become proactive in the battle against the effects of climate change. How, by building in a climate-resilient way, we can offset potential catastrophes and ensure a stronger, better future.
Global Perspectives Back to Basics? Finland’s Wood City Part 2 We sat down to speak with Antti Aaltonen, Business Development Director at SRV. SRV is a Finland-based
Global Perspectives Back to Basics? Finland’s Wood City Part 1 We sat down to speak with Antti Aaltonen, Business Development Director at SRV. SRV is a Finland-based
While Hong Kong’s large scale infrastructure is impressive, project professionals are bound to wince at the challenges embedded in building so tall.
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Media Coverage & Research Articles
The Fate of Ideals in the Real World: A Long View on Philip Selznick’s Classic on the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).
International Journal of Project Management, 36(2), 385–395.
Dr. Atif traces the history of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)—one of the most formidable megaproject building enterprises in the US history.
Journal of Economic Geography 13 (5): 823–44.
How do large companies such as the Fortune 500 buy infrastructure (e.g. electricity, gas or rail)? Read about how big firms such as Coca Cola or ThyssenKrupp secure long-term supply of critical inputs.