"Systematic inaction as pursuit of equity in infrastructure can no longer be a leadership option passively deliberated by the unprepared, uninterested and morally ill-equipped. True equity must be a sincere indicator of leadership worthy of political and economic advancement."
- L. Charlie Oliver, Chair
Equitable Infrastructure Group
A cornerstone of our engagement is collaboration with the strategic sectors highlighted in the Equity Forum, the voice for economic and political clarity. The Equitable Infrastructure Group's (EIG's) experienced analysts identify innovative solutions to environmental, social and governmental challenges.
policy development and Implementation.
Sustainable building, advanced technologies and grid transformation are key to this practice area.