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When a mega infrastructure project is on the drawing board, who is most likely to have the technical knowhow to design the project in the most cost-effective manner – the clients, the contractors or consultants?
Decision-making for infrastructure depends on a mix of local culture, the political situation and uncertainties related to the project’s complexity. To explain the process of gaining the confidence of stakeholders, two cases of “Building with Nature” in the Netherlands are presented.
To accommodate the increasing number of post-Panamax ships, the Panama Canal Authority embarked on a major expansion plan to excavate, drill, blast and dredge to build a larger third set of locks.