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We kick off our annual Pinsent Masons’ Global Infrastructure Law Review of the Year by reviewing the results of our global client survey, giving you unique insight into the key developments affecting the Infrastructure Sector in the last year.
This will be followed by our panel of infrastructure experts from Singapore, London and Dubai exploring Industrialised Construction and how data and technology and an unprecedented collaboration across the Infrastructure Sector is needed to shape the future.
Our Industrialised Construction thought leadership programme has identified the political, social and environmental factors that are the key drivers for this new way of working. Following the recent COP26 conference, it is also clear that the industrialisation of the global infrastructure industry is not only an ethical imperative but also crucial if international governments are to achieve their climate change targets. Industry disrupters will play a critical role in improving construction projects and processes.
Join our expert panel who will examine these disrupters and how best to face that challenge.
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