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Pursuing new solutions in major projects and infrastructure
McKinsey’s Global Infrastructure Initiative (GII) is a community of the world’s most senior leaders in infrastructure and capital projects, committed to identifying tangible ways to improve the delivery of essential infrastructure.Read More
Oct 29 - 31, 2018 · Major project delivery and digital transformationLearn more
Key actions for leaders across the value chain
Looking into the industry's future
Engaging with Belt and Road
Real estate, energy, and more
Harnessing the promise of digital
After a long legacy of reluctance to embrace new technology, capital project and infrastructure leaders are quickly realizing that digital is no longer an option.Read Voices
Once at the forefront of innovation, construction now lags behind in the adoption of new technologies. But the industry is at a tipping point. We spoke with executives from Atkins, Siemens, and RIB Software at GII 2017 about how they’re embracing the disruptive potential of digitization.
Utilities have found it hard to scale their digital pilots up to full digital-transformation programs. Adopting digital ways of working, adding talent, and modernizing IT will speed their efforts to reinvent themselves as digital enterprises.
The hyperloop is a proposed mode of on-demand, all-electric, and autonomous transportation that moves people and goods at speeds up to 670 miles per hour through a low-pressure tube.
Bringing together experts to solve critical regional issues.
The global real estate market is changing. Standardization, prefabrication, and smart technology are gaining traction as rising populations confront the need for affordable housing and livable, sustainable cities. Senior partner Subbu Narayanswamy discussed these evolutions and more at GII 2017 with leaders from Barcelona Housing Systems, Arup, and the Centre for Liveable Cities.