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    Steeling for Growth member content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah India's steel producers face a problem. The country's national government wants to create new cities from scratch, develop a new industrial corridor and expand the country's freight rail network.…

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    Taking Flight member content locked

    By Ali, Ambreen Mexico is building momentum. After years of liberalizing the economy, the country's government is welcoming organizations from around the world to back big-ticket projects, and spur growth.

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    Public Domain member content locked

    By Hendershot, Steve Agile approaches are no longer an enemy of the state. Following the private tech sector's lead, governments around the world are finally embracing change by adopting agile as a preferred delivery…

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    Seeking Shelter member content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate Homelessness in Los Angeles County, California, USA soared 23 percent between 2016 and 2017: Nearly 58,000 people were living on the streets as of January last year. That uptick turned the spotlight…

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    Off Island member content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate A talent storm's brewing. Around 1 million European Union citizens currently working in the United Kingdom might move elsewhere because of Brexit—shrinking the national workforce by more than 3…

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    Dealing with Uncertainty and Ambiguity in a Complex Project

    By Aubry, Monique | Boulay-Bolduc, Madeleine | Richer, Marie-Claire | Lavoie-Tremblay, Mélanie In 2008, the Quebec government approved a CAD$2.3 billion budget to build a modern academic healthcare facility that would provide state-of-the-art, highly specialized healthcare services to the…

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    Design, Build, Debate member content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate When the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge opened late last year in New York, USA, the US$3.9 billion state government-sponsored project was at the center of a political debate. Budget overruns and…

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    Competitive Precinct Projects

    By Harris, Mike Mixed-use megaprojects on state-owned land have been increasingly occurring around the world over the past few decades. This article reviews the body of literature that has emerged on these projects…

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    A Bridge Too Far? registered user content locked

    By Rockwood, Kate The longest, the highest, the biggest arch: China's record-setting bridges come in all shapes and sizes. But while they may produce impressive structures, these construction projects often don't…

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    Tomb On Wheels registered user content locked

    Here's a stressful project: Put a 15th-century, 1,100-ton tomb on wheels and then move it more than a mile (1.6 kilometers) to its new home on higher ground. Oh, and government officials backing the…


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