Critical Infrastructure
A new reality for urban mobility

Richer and safer lives

Access to sustainable and resilient infrastructure has a huge impact on how we live.

It’s the clean water and power in our homes, and the transport networks we use to commute and move goods and services. Optimising this infrastructure delivers richer and safer lives.

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Get in touch
Andy Clevenger 
Principal - VP, Global Technical Lead for Water and Wastewater 
John Howe
Mobility and Policy Solutions Lead
Kristina Hysler
Environmental Science Permitting and Compliance GTEN Leader
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