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Posts Tagged ‘CG/LA Infrastructure’

2017 Strategic 100: North American Infrastructure Report

Monday, October 3rd, 2016

After years of underinvestment, infrastructure is having a moment in the policy discussion. Across North America, policy-makers are moving toward using public sector infrastructure investment as a strategy for promoting economic growth, while private infrastructure developers are seeking projects that yield healthy investment returns – returns that are harder to find over the long-term while low growth rates remain the dominant macro-narrative. This focus on infrastructure investment’s potential benefits is laudable, reflecting the advice of top economists and the emerging limits of other policy tools. Such investment, if well-targeted and well-executed, can be a path to achieve near-term economic policy objectives while dramatically improving the foundation for long-term economic prosperity.

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Industry X-Ray from Infrastructure Stakeholders

Monday, May 16th, 2016
US GDP Per Capita (1950–2025)

As part of the Blueprint 2025 initiative focused on developing a roadmap for the U.S. presidential administration that will take office on January 20, 2017, CG/LA Infrastructure has just completed a survey of just over 120 infrastructure professionals, from both the public and private sectors, across the United States. The purpose of the survey was to identify how the professional U.S. infrastructure community – across all sectors, geographies and disciplines – views the current state of U.S. infrastructure.

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Blueprint 2025: How the Next President Should Handle Infrastructure

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015
Blueprint 2025: How the Next President Should Handle Infrastructure

There will be a new resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in about 14 months, and no matter who that person is, infrastructure will be on the agenda. No matter how you measure it, U.S. infrastructure investment is falling behind the country’s needs and the rest of the world. The needs are so big that it begs a question: where would a new President start? So the infrastructure consulting firm of CG LA pulled in an entire group of infrastructure experts throughout the country–including several who work with McGraw Hill Financial–to put together a list of infrastructure priorities and the means of making them reality.

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February 26-28, 2014: Attend the 7th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014
February 26-28, 2014: Attend the 7th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum

The 7th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum will take place in New York City, February 26 – 28, 2014. The Forum – a strategic projects marketplace – focuses on the 2014 Strategic Top 100 Global Infrastructure Projects. The Leadership Forum structure is a unique, dynamic and interactive platform for 500+ executives from the public and private sectors to participate in a series of rapid project presentations, private meetings & deal sessions, leading keynotes, deep-dive workshops and networking events.

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October 29 – 31: 5th North American Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013
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From October 29th through 31st, CG/LA Infrastructure will be hosting the 5th North American Strategic Leadership Forum at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel in Washington, DC.

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February 27th – March 1st: 6th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

FEB 27 – MARCH 1
Taking place in New York City, 6th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum is a dynamic, project focused, infrastructure marketplace, bringing together 500+ leading public and private sector (finance, engineering, construction, legal, technology, etc.) senior level decision makers from throughout the world, key policymakers, and public and private financial institutions for 2.5 days, February 27 – March 1.

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October 11th-13th: 3rd Annual North America Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum

Friday, September 9th, 2011

From CG/LA Infrastructure On October 11-13, 2011, over 500 executives from the public and private sector will gather in Washington, DC for the 3rd Annual North American Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum. The Forum is a dynamic 2.5 day conference, focused on infrastructure development in North America, designed to facilitate business and promote projects across the […]

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Tuesday, September 28th, 2010
Central Corridor Light Rail: This image shows how the Central Corridor LRT trains will turn from 12th Street onto Cedar Street and head south toward downtown St. Paul. The Minnesota Capitol is in the background.

Stressed public budgets and delayed passage of long-term federal funding have taken a toll on many transportation infrastructure projects in the United States during the last year. Nevertheless, many significant projects are moving ahead. The inaugural CE News Transportation Projects Roadmap lists 50 notable transportation infrastructure projects in the United States — ranked by estimated cost — that are currently in some stage of planning, design, or early construction. The list includes 21 road/highway/bridge projects, 17 rail/transit projects, seven port/waterway projects, and five airport projects…
-CE News

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Thursday, September 9th, 2010

The 2nd Annual North American Strategic Infrastructure Forum will take place at the Washington Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C., September 29-October 1.

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