Shovel Ready or Smart? We now have a window for optimising infrastructure

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Investing in smart technologies such as EV charging, fibre optics, 5G and automation is imperative for getting the most out of infrastructure, argues AECOM's Robert Spencer

Covid-19 is driving the UK and many other countries around the world into a deep economic crisis. Building and improving infrastructure has previously been a reassuring way to increase employment and growth....

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