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Construction and Infrastructure: Design Trends for Future Cities

Paul McRoberts Vice President, Infrastructure Modelling Product Line Group, AutodeskHow dollars are prioritised for infrastructure investment is a reflection of a
community’s social, economic and environmental values

Paul McRoberts
Vice President, Infrastructure Modelling
Product Line Group, Autodesk

Cities are the driving force behind the global economy. According to research firm McKinsey& Company, just 600 cities are responsible for 60% of the global GDP — and the number of people living in cities is expected to increase from 3.6 billion in 2010 to 6.3 billion in 2050.

What strategies can cities adopt to plan, build and maintain themselves? Read on what Paul McRoberts from Autodesk has to say … Design Trends for Future Cities