Global infrastructure demand is estimated at approximately $3.7 trillion annually, with most of the demand stemming from developing countries. As developing countries continue to experience population growth, rapid urbanization, and economic and industrial expansion, the need for effective and high-value infrastructure will remain acute. In the context of this gap, and the global efforts to achieve the newly agreed upon Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), there is a clear window of opportunity to bring a new approach to infrastructure that focuses on delivering the best long-term value for each infrastructure investment. Therefore, a global consensus on quality infrastructure and a roadmap forward to achieve quality infrastructure will be required.

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