The world’s urban population is expected to surpass six billion by 2045 and largest urban growth will take place in Asia and Africa. As a result, countries in these regions will face numerous challenges in meeting the needs of their growing urban populations, including for housing, infrastructure, transportation, energy and employment, as well as for basic services such as education and health care. In order to function and sustain growth over the decades ahead, urban areas will require novel, new-age infrastructure and land use concepts that :
- Provide for basic services – water, power, housing to all.
- Ensure equitable access to sustainable and reliable public transport -multi-modal mass transit systems.
- Maintain and overhaul existing infrastructure.
- Convince people of the need to pay through increased taxes, or user fees, for traditionally heavily subsidised infrastructure.
- Are environmentally sustainable and disaster proofing of communities.
Our Infrastructure Advisory team of dedicated professionals has a strong track record in providing advice across the infrastructure life cycle. We advise both public and private sector organizations that require support in developing and managing large scale infrastructure projects across urban development and infrastructure