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Sustainable Equity Think Tank

'Systemic inaction in place of pursuing equity in infrastructure can no longer be a leadership option passively deliberated by the uninterested or unprepared. Pointedly, sustainable equity must be the only indicator of leadership worthy of political and economic advancement.'

- L. Charlie Oliver, Founder, EIG

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The Equitable Infrastructure Group|Partners provides straightforward information to strengthen global methodologies, technologies, and policies. Importantly, EIG|P is a forward-thinking, diverse, highly respected organization where policymakers and market movers go to gain input on policies and share new initiatives. 

This Think Tank:

  • Monitors the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan), and complementary Acts

  • Counteracts the inequity in the delivery of equitable infrastructure nationally

  • Develops strategies and platforms to solve inherent challenges to delivering equitable and resilient infrastructure. 

  • Furthers public-private participation and investment in underserved communities 


Our passionate staff and commitment to the populations we serve drive us to innovate, educate and create positive change. We distinguish ourselves by possessing the uncanny ability to make business sense out of equitable infrastructure - solid business practice and equity are not mutually exclusive.

EIG and its Partners Support the development and furtherance of:

  • Inclusionary practices provide opportunities and resources, including capacity building, project participation, and funding for those who would benefit from increased participation.

  • Advanced communication strategies and market collaboration

  • Direct engagement and delivery of sustainable and resilient infrastructure within underserved communities

Finally, the Equitable Infrastructure Group| Partner's (EIG| P's) work examines - Who impacts policy? Who sets policy? Who is affected by the policy? Are those impacted aware of what is at stake? How do we ensure equitable planning and allocation?

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