Industry Leaders Forum: Infrastructure Resilience—Natural Disasters and Beyond
Resilient infrastructure has become essential as communities rely on the built environment to protect them from increasingly severe weather—and help them recover after hurricanes, tornadoes, and more. In the U.S., record-breaking investments are going toward upgrades to aging transportation, water, and other engineered systems. Progress in these areas is encouraging, but true infrastructure resilience requires the built environment be able to respond to more than just natural disasters. Join industry leaders for insights into cyber threats, supply chain disruptions, workforce shortages and other risks, as well as lessons learned from infrastructure owners who already have faced down the broad array of challenges.