The increasing size of infrastructure projects requires innovative leaders with the talent to command increasingly complex projects
While the total number of infrastructure projects is declining, a dramatic increase in the size and complexity of new projects demands a new approach to fundraising and project management.
But with a global talent shortage set to hinder all but the biggest projects, infrastructure organizations require tools that will allow them to attract exceptional leaders.
At Odgers Berndtson, our global Infrastructure Practice supports businesses in securing creative leaders with the experience to manage complex projects, engage investors as well as a diverse workforce, and deliver outstanding assets.
Companies in the construction, real estate, support services and utilities industries continue to be global innovators.
Canada is a huge country where infrastructure initiatives can be 100-year investments. Bringing these mega-projects in on time and on budget—while managing government, private and public-private funding mechanisms—takes individuals with deep management skills and creative solutions for maximizing ROI.
From project development and financing to execution, Odgers Berndtson works with infrastructure organizations to find leaders who can not only secure the necessary investment, but make it pay off in challenging economic times.
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