The pandemic has impacted cities, businesses and infrastructure in many different ways. Some of our most critical domains have been pushed to their limits and beyond. We explore the path to resilience for those tested to their limits, the road to recovery for some of the hardest hit and the steps needed to fortify and build back stronger than ever.
As cities continue to grapple with many unknowns, life is returning to the streets. This brings a myriad of new challenges – including how to build back confidence in mass transit, how to keep people safe as they move through transport systems and streets and how to plan it all within realistic budgets. However, with planning comes an opportunity for a green recovery.
Incentivizing commuters to travel sustainably in Amsterdam
Managing crowds using a real-time traffic monitoring dashboard in Zaandvort
Implementing cycle routes while preserving wildlife corridors in Aberdeenshire
Developing an electric vehicle (EV) charging pilot scheme for City of Cambridge, Mass.
The pandemic has affected different parts of our global economy in different ways. As such, our experts have examined the impact of COVID-19 on four specific domains and developed distinct advice for organizations operating in those realms.
Learn how the healthcare industry can get better prepared for future pandemics and other crises.
Discover the steps utility companies can take to ensure undisrupted and safe service provision.
Find out how companies can ensure better business continuity and outperform the competitors.
Explore how cities and urban spaces can be reinvented to better safeguard communities and citizens.
Societies, cities, communities, and organizations are only as resilient as their people. After the pandemic, we must focus on improving the health and wellbeing of the most vulnerable, and enhance theresilience of wherever they live, work or play
Resilience can be enhanced by embracing new resilience-conscious ways of designing and retrofitting buildings, facilities, and urban spaces in a post-pandemic world.
Resilience thinking must be placed at the heart of business continuity planning. Collaboration must also be embraced, between communities, organizations, industry sectors and supply chains.
Digital tools and platforms are essential for gathering and analyzing data which can inform smart decisions that can ensure business continuity and lead to competitive advantage.
Resilience and sustainability go hand-in-hand. By implementing projects that improve sustainability performance, reducing resource consumption and protecting the environment, organizations enhance long-term resilience.
Arcadis je přední světová firma zabývající se projekty a poradenstvím v oblastech přírodních zdrojů a staveb, jež prostřednictvím úzké spolupráce se svými klienty a s využitím služeb v oblastech návrhů, poradenství, inženýringu, projektů a řízení vytváří výjimečné a udržitelné výsledky.