Adaptation & Resilience
In partnership with our clients, we're applying our integrated expertise and deep experience to explore five key areas.
The way we travel is rapidly changing. This can be attributed to two main drivers — the need to adapt to human behaviours and the need for greater sustainability.
Dynamic forces such as a shortage of affordable housing, population growth and regulations are impacting the provision of housing to communities. In response the sector is changing and traditional approaches are transforming.
Whether it be health, education, justice or sporting facilities, equitable access to infrastructure plays an important role in ensuring a society’s quality of life.
Access & Equity
According to data from the World Bank, the number of people affected by natural disasters tripled to two billion in the past decade. The costs are not just financial: critical infrastructure, societal cohesion and wellbeing are also at risk.
Market forces, age and productivity limitations are changing the traditional role of assets. To remain investable and relevant assets need to transition.