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
Infrastructure agencies need to prepare for two very different scenarios—a sharp rise in funding or a precipitous drop.
Harvard economists Larry Summers and Ed Glaeser debate how to fund infrastructure investment in a post-COVID world.
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.
Washington DC 2020: Integrating climate risk management across infrastructure and real estate assets
Climate-related risks are increasing for infrastructure and real estate assets, both from the physical impacts and from the need to transition to a low-carbon future. Recently released research from the McKinsey Global Institute suggests that physical risks may increase the operating costs and climate related damages of some assets by as much as 10 times, indicating potential for significant variations in asset values in the coming decades. Investors and asset operators will increasingly need to incorporate climate intelligence into how they select assets, underwrite deals, operate and manage individual assets and portfolios over time.Learn more All roundtables
Virtual Summit 2020
The COVID-19 outbreak, caused by the coronavirus, is a deep humanitarian crisis that is also causing unprecedented disruption across the global economy and the impacts are likely to be felt for years. Leaders from across the infrastructure value chain and associated sectors are scrambling to keep their employees safe, while ascertaining what this disruption means for their organization’s finances, workforce, projects, supply chains, and operations. To navigate this disruption, we need to respond promptly and reset amid this crisis.