Infrastructure 100: World Cities Edition
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Infrastructure 100: World Cities Edition

4 I6 I8 I16 I24 I32 I40 I48 IThe urbaninfrastructureimperativeIndex of projectsMeet the judgesThe projectsEducationHealthcareGlobalConnectivityNew & ExtendedCitiesUrban Mobility56 IUrbanRegenerationNick ChismKPMG’s Global Headof Infrastructure64 IWater72 IUrban EnergyInfrastructure80 IRecycling & WasteManagement88 ICommunicationsInfrastructure96 I Picture credits97 I Foresight & Insightapps98 I About KPMG

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Meet the judgesGlobal panelNorth America panelSteve AllenTransport for LondonEuropean panel ChairSteve Allen is the ManagingDirector, Finance at Transportfor London (TfL) where he isresponsible for the businessplanning and financial controlof the organization’s £9 billionturnover and £29 billion capitalinvestment program. In thisrole, Mr. Allen manages majorcorporate finance activity andTfL’s information managementstrategy. He currently also leadsa major program to reduceoperating costs across theTfL organization. Mr. Allen isresponsible for TfL’s key supportfunctions including GroupProcurement and Property &Facilities. Prior to joining TfL,Mr. Allen worked with theUK’s Department for Transport,Citigroup and led the RailInfrastructure team at AbbeyNational Treasury Services.Anne KerrMott MacDonaldAsia Pacific panel ChairDr. Anne Kerr is Director,Environment for Mott MacDonaldbased in Hong Kong, where shealso serves as the organization’sPractice Leader for Environmentand Sustainable Development forall activities throughout Asia Pacificand Australasia, and championsthe Eco-City Working Group forMott MacDonald across the globe.With more than 20 years ofexperience in water engineeringand environmental assessmentand management, Dr. Kerr hasworked in more than 25 countrieson a wide range of infrastructureprojects including the strategicplanning of new towns, airports,port developments, water supplyand wastewater management,roads and railways. Drawing onher experience of planning andimplementing eco-communities,Dr. Kerr has advised on a rangeof innovative projects such as the‘zero carbon city in the desert’, andthe ‘world’s first zero carbon dam’.Peter LuchettiTable Rock Capital LLCNorth America panel ChairAs the founder of Table RockCapital, a private equityinfrastructure fund, Mr. Luchettifocuses on project and structuredfinance in the transportation,energy, power, communicationsand infrastructure sectors. Prior tofounding Table Rock Capital, Mr.Luchetti was the Senior ManagingDirector and Global Head of Project& Structured Finance for Bancof America Securities LLC wherehe led a team of professionalsworking in 32 countries on theorigination and execution ofproject and structured financeadvisory and capital raising roles.In this role, Mr. Luchetti wasresponsible for a US$5.5 billionportfolio of privately placed debtand private equity transactionsin the infrastructure sector. Mr.Luchetti holds a BA Economicsfrom Hobart & William SmithColleges and an MA Economicsfrom Duke University.Roldan TrujilloCorporación Interamericanapara el Financiamientode Infraestructura (CIFI)Latin America panel ChairMr. Trujillo is the founding GeneralManager of CIFI, a firm thatprovides financing products andadvisory services to private sectorinfrastructure companies andprojects in Latin America and theCaribbean. Prior to joining CIFI, Mr.Trujillo led the Corporate Financeand Financial Services Groups atthe Inter-American InvestmentCorporation, part of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)Group. He has also served asPresident of a US publicly-tradedcompany, as Senior Loan Officer atthe IDB and is now an outsideDirector of the Raza DevelopmentFund. He earned his Juris Doctorlaw degree from the Universityof California, Davis; an MS inApplied Economics from PurdueUniversity; and a BS in AgriculturalEconomics and Business from NewMexico State University.Fred BlaneyPartnerships New BrunswickFred Blaney is the Assistant DeputyMinister of Partnerships NewBrunswick where he holdsresponsibility for all PublicPrivate Partnerships (PPPs) and theNew Brunswick HighwayCorporation. Mr. Blaney has servedas Government Representativeacross a wide range oftransportation infrastructuredelivery projects including ProjectDirector for the Fredericton toMoncton Highway Project, a 200kmDBFOM valued at US$900 million;Project Manager for the TransCanada Highway Project, a 275kmDBFOM valued at US$750 million;and the The Fundy Isles FerryProject, a DBFOM for the supplyand operation of three new ferries.Mr. Blaney holds a BSc in CivilEngineering from the University ofNew Brunswick and representedCanada in Judo at the 1984 LosAngeles Olympic Games.Dan DoyleBC HydroDan Doyle is the Chair of BCHydro’s Board of Directors and thepast Executive Vice President ofthe Vancouver Olympic Committee(VANOC). With deep experience inlarge, complex building projects,Mr. Doyle was responsible forthe US$580 million developmentand building of the 2010 WinterOlympic and Paralympic Gamesvenues. Prior to assuming the roleof Chair of BC Hydro, Mr. Doylespent more than 30 years withthe province’s Ministry ofTransportation, most recentlyas Deputy Minister. In this role,he led the development ofsome of the province’s landmarkconstruction projects, includingLion’s Gate Bridge and theSea-to-Sky Highway Improvementproject. Mr. Doyle also served aschairman of Rapid Transit 2000,where he was responsible forbuilding the Millennium Lineextension. Mr. Doyle holds adegree in Civil Engineering.Tony KinnCommonwealth of VirginiaTony Kinn is the Director of theCommonwealth of Virginia’s Officeof Transportation Public PrivatePartnerships (PPPs), where he isresponsible for developing andimplementing a state-wideprogram for transportation projectdelivery. Prior to that, Mr. Kinnserved as the Assistant VicePresident and Director of CorporateRelations for the University ofVirginia’s Engineering Foundation.With a deep experience in newbusiness development, Mr. Kinnwas the principal owner of theJames A Weaver Company, whichwas the third largest foodbrokerage firm in the US, andserved as Executive Vice Presidentof the Federated Group in Chicago.Mr. Kinn also served as Director ofthe Commonwealth’s Departmentof Economic Development’sInternational Division, where hewas responsible for drawing firmsto the Commonwealth from thePacific Rim and Europe.Kendra YorkIndiana Finance AuthorityAs the Public Finance Director ofthe State of Indiana, Kendra Yorkis the head of the IndianaFinance Authority (IFA), thequasi-governmental agencyresponsible for overseeing Statedebt. She has also served theIFA as General Counsel andChief Operating Officer. In theseroles, she has managed thefinancing of the Lucas OilStadium and Convention Centerconstruction and expansion, theState of Indiana’s relationshipwith the Indiana Toll Road, and iscurrently the project lead for theOhio River Bridges Project-EastEnd Crossing. Before joining theIFA, she was a counsel with thelaw firm of Ice Miller LLP, whereshe focused on tax-exemptfinancings for the State ofIndiana and healthcareinstitutions. Ms. York holdsan MBA from California StateUniversity and a JD fromthe University of the Pacific,McGeorge School of Law.10 11

EducationEducation CityDantewada, India

EducationFeatured ProjectBy Sakshi Sharma, Infrastructure JournalWith its ultra-moderncampus and ongoingcommitment tosustainability, theuniversity impressedjudges – and will makea lasting impact on thesector and the regionBreaking new groundFeeling the heat1819

EducationLeaders in the fieldThe projectsPrincess Nora BintAbdulRahmanUniversity forWomenSaudi ArabiaParis-SorbonneUniversity AbuDhabiUnited Arab Emirates(pictured top left)Education CityDantewadaIndiaEducation CityBhutanBhutan(center left)The Yonkers, NewYork Schools PPPUnited Statesof America(bottom left)Schools for the21st CenturyPuerto Rico(top right)Belo HorizonteSchools PPPBrazilSouthern AlbertaInstitute ofTechnology’sPolytechnic Tradesand TechnologyComplexCanada(bottom center)UWE BristolCampusUnited KingdomToulouseUniversityFranceTop right: Governor Luis Fortuño chats with two students in a renovated public school in Puerto Rico. Bottom left:Superintendent of Yonkers Public Schools Bernard P. Pierorazio (left) and Chief Administrative Officer Joseph Bracchitta (right)21

Change in the classroomEducation and the economyNew take on old modelsKPMG’s viewBy Bob Griggs, KPMG in the UK2322Education

HealthcareRoyal LondonHospital, UnitedKingdom

HealthcareFeatured ProjectBy John Kjorstad, Infrastructure JournalThe sheer scale of thenew Royal LondonHospital (main picture)is evident as it dwarfsthe housing around it,the Gherkin (below)in the distance, and(below left) the statueof Queen Alexandra(wife of Edward VII)Taking careSocial impact2627

HealthcareLeaders in the fieldThe projectsNew PhysicalMedicine andRehabilitationHospitalKuwaitKayseri IntegratedHealth CampusTurkey(pictured bottomright)Bahia SuburbioHospitalBrazil(top left)IntegratedHealth and WaterManagementProjectBrazilQueen MamohatoMemorial HospitalLesothoVictorianComprehensiveCancer CentreProjectAustralia(center)IIUM TeachingHospitalMalaysiaRush UniversityMedical CenterTransformationProjectUnited Statesof AmericaNew University ofMichigan C.S. MottChildren’s HospitalUnited Statesof AmericaThe Royal LondonHospitalUnited Kingdom2829

HealthcareHealth system rebirthApproaches to health financeKPMG’s viewBy Matthew Custance, KPMG in the UK3130

GlobalConnectivityCalifornia High-SpeedRail, United Statesof America

By James Kenny, Infrastructure Journal3534Featured ProjectMassive migrationEmployment revolutionGlobalConnectivity

GlobalConnectivityLeaders in the fieldThe projectsEthiopia DjiboutiRailwayEthiopiaDelhi-MumbaiIndustrial CorridorIndiaCalifornia High-Speed RailUnited Statesof America(top left)Medina AirportSaudi Arabia(center right)Pulkovo AirportPPPRussia(bottom center)CalgaryInternationalAirportCanada(center left)EmbraportProjectBrazilBioceánicoAconcaguaCorridorChile/ArgentinaTrans-SumatraToll RoadIndonesiaFehmarnbeltCrossingDenmark/Germany(bottom right)37

New andExtended CitiesTianjin Eco City, China

New andExtended CitiesTianjin will blend majorconstruction projectswith a city-wide focuson sustainability, suchas prominent solarpower installations(below)Featured ProjectBy Sarah Tame, Infrastructure JournalGreener communitiesTackling transport42 18Top: the Low Carbon Living Lab, a high-quality green building, developed by SSTEC, with support from Singapore’s BuildingConstruction Authority and International Enterprise Singapore. Left: aerial view of Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City in May 2012Above: solar panels along Central Avenue, generating renewable energy for the Eco-City43

KPMG’s viewBy David O’Brien, KPMG in Canada4746New andExtended Cities

Urban mobilitySão Paulo’s Metro,Brazil

Urban MobilityFeatured ProjectBy James Kenny, Infrastructure JournalThe East Side Accessproject will relievepressure on trains intoManhattan. A newterminal below GrandCentral (main picture)will echo its stylishpassageways (below)and offer extra exits atstreet level (below left)Relieving pressureWorking with the community18 5051

Urban MobilityLeaders in the fieldThe projectsBosphorus TunnelTurkey(picturedbottom right)Mersey GatewayUnited Kingdom(top center)TransolímpicaBrazil(bottom left)São Paulo Line 4Brazil(top left)Bottom center: view from inside the tunnelBlue Line of theLagos Rail networkNigeriaKuwait MetroKuwait(center left)Gold CoastRapid TransitAustralia(top right)Jakarta Rapid MassTransit SystemIndonesiaEast Side AccessUnited Statesof AmericaPort of MiamiTunnelUnited Statesof America(bottom center)53

Understanding the costBuilding a value networkFocusing on connectivityKPMG’s viewBy Mauricio Endo, KPMG in Brazil5554Urban Mobility

UrbanRegenerationGardens by theBay, Singapore

UrbanRegenerationConstruction inCopenhagen (mainpicture) is inspiredby recent projects inOresund includingCopenhagen OperaHouse (below) andthe Turning Torsoskyscraper in Malmö(below left)Featured ProjectBy René Lavanchy, Infrastructure JournalFuture proofingComing together58 1859

UrbanRegenerationLeaders in the fieldThe projectsWorld Trade CenterRedevelopmentUnited Statesof America(pictured bottom left)Toronto WaterfrontCanada(center left)Abu Dhabi 2030:Urban StructureFramework PlanUnited Arab Emirates(top right)Bahrain SocialHousingBahrain(center)SabarmathiRiverfrontDevelopmentProjectIndia(bottom center)Gardens by the BaySingapore(top left)Rio Olympic ParkBrazil(top center)Porto MaravilhaBrazil(center right)Oresund RegionalDevelopmentSweden/DenmarkScotswood UrbanRegenerationUnited KingdomTop center: AECOM’s competition-winning vision of the Rio 2016 Olympic park, showing its stunning location set against thedramatic mountain backdrop and on the waterfront61

Community catalystsBigger bangCo-ordinated masterplanKPMG’s viewBy Lewis Atter, KPMG in the UK6362UrbanRegeneration

WaterThames Tideway,United Kingdom

WaterFeatured ProjectBy Ivan Kovanovic, Infrastructure JournalThe Tuas II plant (below)aims to secure thefuture supply anddistribution of water inSingaport (mainpicture), wheredesalination hasemerged as the answerto a decades-longproblemClosing the loopWater for life66 1867

WaterLeaders in the fieldThe projectsMuharraqWastewater PlantBahrainUmm Al-HaymanWastewater ProjectKuwaitWater andSewerage in PeriUrban AreasProjectBoliviaQuerétaroAqueduct IIMexico(bottom center)Jakarta UrgentFlood MitigationProjectIndonesia(bottom left)Tuas II DesalinationPlantSingaporePeople’s MossDesalinationProjectUnited States ofAmericaTorreviejaDesalination PlantSpainThames TidewayUnited Kingdom(center left)+ PoolUnited Statesof America(top right)69

KPMG’s viewBy Bastien Simeon, KPMG in France7170Water

Urban EnergyInfrastructureUniversity of BritishColumbia, Canada

Urban EnergyInfrastructureConstruction inCopenhagen (mainpicture) is inspiredby recent projects inOresund includingCopenhagen OperaHouse (below) andthe Turning Torsoskyscraper in Malmö(below left)Featured ProjectBy Catherine McGuirk, Infrastructure JournalResidents of Búziosbeach (main picture andbelow left) will benefitfrom cheaper off-peakenergy. The initiativeplans to minimizeecological impact to thestunning coastline,including Ferradurabeach (below right)Green technologySmart thinking18 74 75

Urban EnergyInfrastructureLeaders in the fieldThe projectsPrincess Nora BintAbdulRahmanUniversity SolarHeating SystemSaudi Arabia(pictured bottomcenter)Hyllie DistrictSmart GridSwedenJeju Smart GridTest BedSouth Korea(bottom left)Cidade InteligenteBúziosBrazilEmpresasTransoceanicaChileDurban Wasteto EnergySouth AfricaUBC BioenergyResearch andDemonstrationFacilityCanada(top right)Chennai SolarEconomic ZoneIndia(top center)Exelon City SolarUnited Statesof America(bottom right)Brixton Solar OneUnited Kingdom(center left)Center left: Agamemnon Otero, Will Anderson, Brigid Clarke, Taylor Roarke, Rowena Parsons, Andrea Pino, Kees Frederiks,Christiane Schuetze, Erin Gill, Jason Neylon (apologies: Afsheen Rashid, Duncan Law, Becky Payne)77

KPMG’s viewBy Dr Timothy Stone CBE, KPMG in the UK7978Urban EnergyInfrastructure

Recyclingand WasteManagementFeatured ProjectBy Olivia Gagan, Infrastructure JournalSmart use of land andreclamation of waterare essential for anisland city with fivemillion people but nonatural water sources.The DTSS’s tunnelsand water-treatmentsystem (below and left)are key to its prosperityKey concernInternational accolades8283

Recyclingand WasteManagementLeaders in the fieldBottom left: Harvest Power’s Energy Garden in Richmond, British Columbia uses anaerobic digestion and composting to turnorganic materials such as food scraps and yard trimmings into clean, renewable energy and compostThe projectsAskar Waste toEnergy PPPKingdom of BahrainYas Island WasteManagementSystemUnited Arab EmiratesDeep TunnelSewerage SystemSingaporeGorai DumpingGround ScientificClosureIndia(picturedbottom right)Bordo PoinenteWaste to EnergyMexicoBio-Cancun ProjectMexico(top right)The Energy GardenProjectCanada(bottom left)Durham YorkEnergy WasteProjectCanada(center left)Zero Waste:Edinburgh andMidlothianScotland(center)Tonsberg Wasteto Energy PPPNorway85

1. Planning2. Technology3. Feedstock4. Off-takeKPMG’s viewBy Gordon Shearer, KPMG in the UK8786Recyclingand WasteManagement

CommunicationsInfrastructureNew Songdo SmartCity, South Korea

CommunicationsInfrastructureFeatured ProjectBy James Kenny, Infrastructure JournalAfter the necessaryagreements are inplace, it will takeapproximately twoyears to manufacture,lay and commissionthe BRICS underseacable – the thirdlongestin the worldResoundingly positiveStrategic role9091

CommunicationsInfrastructureLeaders in the fieldThe projectsIBM IntelligentOperations CenterBrazil(pictured top left)South AmericanFiber Optic RingSouth AmericaBRICS CableProjectSouth Africa/MauritiusO3b NetworksAfrica(top center)Kokua WirelessUnited Statesof America(center right)NationalAuthenticationFrameworkSingapore(bottom center)CiscoHealthPresenceUnited Statesof America(top right)BarcelonaSmart CitySpain(center left)AmsterdamSmart CityThe Netherlands(bottom left)New SongdoSmart CitySouth Korea(bottom right)Center right: Aryn Nakaoka, President of Tri-Net Solutions (left) and Gordon Bruce, CIO, City and County of Honolulu (right)93

Encouraging social mobilityWay forwardKPMG’s viewBy Sharad Somani, KPMG in Singapore9594CommunicationsInfrastructure

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