Singapore 2017 Summit: May 24-26, 2017
Join us for New Solutions in Infrastructure
Since 2012, McKinsey & Company’s Global Infrastructure Initiative has convened many of the world’s most senior leaders in infrastructure to identify ways to improve the delivery of new infrastructure and get more out of existing assets.Learn More
A quarterly series of videos, podcasts and articles curated to reflect a single topic or idea.
Jay Walder, CEO of Motivate, talks about the influence of technology and infrastructure innovations for the cities of the future.
McKinsey's Jonathan Woetzel talks about how cities are engines of productivity by enhancing the number and frequency of interactions.
Bridging global investment gaps to finance sustainable infrastructureLearn More
Increasing Mission Performance Through Federal Real Estate and FacilitiesLearn More
Transforming data use in infrastructure organizationsLearn More
Boosting infrastructure productivity to secure long-term growthLearn More
Navigating digital, transforming transportLearn More
Building the pipeline of bankable projectsLearn More
Navigating One Belt One RoadLearn More
Optimizing passenger experiences in airportsLearn More
The future of constructionOctober 2016
Proven strategies to effectively finance and deliver major infrastructure projectsOctober 2016
Rethinking constructionSeptember 2016
Optimizing Mexico’s delivery of critical infrastructure in times of fiscal austerity and economic uncertaintySeptember 2016
Forging an airport business model for the futureSeptember 2016
Enabling innovation in the SA construction sectorSeptember 2016
Every weekday, roughly 560,000 people - nearly the population of Portland, OR - travel between the East Bay and San Francisco making the trans-bay crossing the Bay Area's most important transportation link by connecting millions of people to their jobs and lives on either side of the bay.
Nicklas Garemo and Martin Hjerpe address how increasing infrastructure productivity can help save $1 trillion globally.
Carl-Stefan Neumann presents how big data and digitization can help improve a city’s infrastructure.
MIT’s Carlo Ratti discusses how technology can enable cities to understand how people use infrastructures, to better meet the transportation needs of their citizens.
What makes a great city? Jonathan Woetzel explains that when it comes to cities, greatness is a pursuit, a pursuit of a better versions of themselves.
GII has collaborated with McKinsey’s Capital Projects and Infrastructure Practice to develop cutting-edge tools to help leaders enhance the value of economic and social infrastructure. The following are market-ready:
The ISS database delivers vital insights about existing infrastructure assets, helping governments, companies and investors plan for the needs of any given country.
This powerful negotiating and risk-management tool analyzes over 17,000 projects to help owners understand what projects should cost and where their schedules typically go adrift.