This webinar was hosted on November 13, 2020 at 12pm PST
The evolution of infrastructure in the United States during the decade of the 2020s will have a significant impact on American competitiveness, quality of life and the environment. The deployment of technology and services to disruptive forces surrounding this evolution will offer significant opportunities for today’s environmental industry, and it sheds light on the tangential services that will be offered in the increasingly broadening and integrating professional & technical services market.
Infrastructure categories researched and modeled in market forecasts by Environmental Business Journal include:
Energy & Power
Water & Wastewater
Solid Waste, Recycling & Energy Recovery
Communications & Information Technology
EBJ’s service definitions and forecast for this evolving market, and rankings of the most influential disruptive forces in the 2020s, will be presented by EBJ editor Grant Ferrier followed by a panel of experts and practitioners in the market. EBI webinars are scheduled for 2.5 hours but open discussion often stretches to 3 hours.
A presentation and interactive discussion of themes and market data published in EBJ Vol XXXIII No 7/8: Infrastructure & the Environmental Industry in the 2020s
Steve Nalefski– Vice President of Environmental Services at Burns & McDonnell
Amanda Black– Principal at Civil & Environmental Consultants Inc.
Amy Squitieri– Vice President at Mead & Hunt
Curt Bjurlin- Power Sector Leader – Environmental Services at Stantec