Infrastructure 2013 Explores Global Infrastructure Priorities

Infrastructure 2013

Annual infrastructure report from ULI and Ernst & Young, released at ULI’s Spring Meeting in San Diego, captures global infrastructure insights.

Infrastructure 2013: Global Priorities, Global Insights is the seventh in a series of global infrastructure reports produced by the Urban Land Institute and Ernst & Young. The report assesses the state of infrastructure globally, connecting strong infrastructure investment decisions to national and metropolitan prosperity.

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Infrastructure 2013 includes:

  • Up-to-date information on the latest infrastructure investment trends, challenges, and innovations;
  • Coverage of the Americas, Europe/Middle East/Africa, and the Asia Pacific region;
  • Informative charts and graphs;
  • Highlights of transformative infrastructure investments from around the world; and
  • Insights from the infrastructure field’s leading experts and thinkers.

Release Activities

The report will be shared with ULI’s Council networks through speaking engagements held during the spring and summer of 2013.

ULI North Florida Presents Infrastructure 2013 – May 21st

ULI New York Presents Infrastructure 2013 – June 25th

ULI Cincinnati Presents Infrastructure 2013 – June 27th

Read about the summer 2013 infrastructure report speaker series here.

For the Media

For media inquiries, contact Trish Riggs at 202-624-7086 or priggs@uli.org. You can also read more on the report’s findings about:

Prior Year Infrastructure Reports

Click here to view prior year infrastructure reports.

One comment on “Infrastructure 2013 Explores Global Infrastructure Priorities

  1. Hello,
    Our library would like to post the free PDF copies of Infrastructure 2013: Global Priorities, Global Insights and Generation Y: Shopping and Entertainment in the Digital Age, to our DASH system: http://www.ebrary.com/corp/dash.jsp. This system will limit access to the online PDF to individuals currently enrolled at the university. By using this system instead of linking directly to the PDFs on your site, we are afforded several advantages, including: limiting the number of pages that can be printed at once, creation of a stable URL that we maintain ourselves, and the ability track usage.
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    amy

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