The Zofnass Program held a workshop on November 12 – 13, 2018 at Harvard University: Innovations for a Sustainable Infrastructure.
Innovations for sustainable and resilient infrastructure are disrupting the business as usual approach to infrastructure. The focus of the ZPH Workshop is to discuss what are the key innovations addressing environmental challenges and driving sustainable projects on all phases of infrastructure development: planning & financing, construction, and operation & maintenance. The different panels explore the role of stakeholders in disruptive projects, and how are these innovative solutions financed and developed.
The workshop is structured into the following panels: 1) Synergies and Integration for Sustainable Infrastructure; CS) HBS Case Study on Sustainability; 2) Disruptive Technologies towards Sustainability; 3) Sustainable Development Goals and Innovation; 4) What types of Procurement lead to Sustainable Projects?; 5) A Case Study: Rebuilding Water Systems in Puerto Rico after Maria: thinking out of the box?
Barclays, Bentley Systems, City of Columbus, City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering, Columbus Yellow Cab, FEMA Water Sector Puerto Rico, EFCG, Harvard Business School, Harvard University, HNTB, Inter-American Development Bank, Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure, Kadak Associates, LOEB Fellowship GSD, Louis Berger, NV5, Parsons, Rebuild by Design, 100 Resilient Cities, Stantec, Texas Central Railway, TRC, University of Geneva, Wren House Infrastructure Management, Zofnass Program Harvard University.
More information about the event and panels at this link.
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