In 2014, New York City had only four supertall towers, defined as 300-meters and above. Today, just four years later, this number has increased by 500 percent to 24 supertall towers completed, under construction, or in development. Adaptive building laws and technological developments have converged in the ambitious Hudson Yards project. Through an exclusive onsite experience, participants witnessed firsthand how AECOM manages the complex construction of this megadevelopment.
Since launching modern Russia’s largest construction program in 2011, Moscow has more than doubled its territory. To catalyze the full potential of this rapidly-growing metropolitan area of 19.5 million people, the City of Moscow’s government pays significant attention to infrastructure as one of the key pillars of urban development—with a current focus on projects that create livable and comfortable urban spaces for both citizens and tourists.
Hyperloop could be the next great leap in transport, which hasn’t seen the emergence of a major new mode in more than 100 years. If the technology’s potential is fully realized, Hyperloop will transform the lives of billions of people by giving them back time and convenience; radically disrupt supply chain models by allowing same-day delivery of goods across continents; create a new wave of high-tech companies and skills; and change where we live and where we work.
With a budget of US$100 billion in private financing, King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) is the largest single investment to date in Saudi Arabia and far exceeds the other global budgets for master-planned cities. Participants will also get a sneak preview of some of Jeddah’s most exciting megaprojects under construction.
Sweden's Trafikverket has initiated two active electric road technology trials in hopes of combining the efficiency of rail with the flexibility of trucks, thereby demonstrating how electrified roads might work in the future.
The United Kingdom is in the midst of a major infrastructure expansion phase with a number of megaprojects in the planning, development and delivery phases.
GE’s Digital headquarters in San Ramon, California is where the Industrial Internet is brought to life.
On June 30 and July 1, 2016, approximately thirty construction and real estate executives from around the world joined a GII Innovation Site Visit to BROAD Group’s BROAD Sustainable Buildings in Ch
We visited Bay Area firms that are disrupting infrastructure delivery and toured post-quake improvements to the city's infrastructure.