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From left: Neil Shah, managing director of RICS in the Americas, Anil Sawhney, director of infrastructure sector for RICS From left: Neil Shah, managing director of RICS in the Americas, Anil Sawhney, director of infrastructure sector for RICS

Infrastructure in many developed economies was built for a global population of three billion. As the world now approaches nine billion people and cities grow at an unprecedented rate, the infrastructure gap is worsening. More infrastructure is expected to be built in the next 40 years than previously to date, while cities must also maximize performance from existing assets, all to alleviate concerns over resources, instability and resilience.

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