Post-Pandemic Resilience

Discover the economic and societal fault lines exposed by COVID-19 and our specific advice for how organizations can leverage the pandemic to enhance their resilience in the face of an uncertain future.

Explore our resilience domains


The pandemic has affected different parts of our global economy in different ways. Our experts have examined the impact of COVID-19 and shared specific advice in two Australian reports, Rethinking Urban Resilience and Resilience as a Competitive Advantage, along with two global reports addressing healthcare and utility industries.

Rethinking urban resilience

Explore how Australian cities and urban spaces can be reinvented to better safeguard communities and citizens.

Download Cities Report

Resilience as a competitive advantage

Find out how Australian organisations can ensure better business continuity and outperform the competitors.

Download Business Report

Global reports

Explore our global expertise in the healthcare and utility industries to better prepared for the future pandemics and other crises.

In these reports, our global experts have developed specific advice for organisations to ensure undisrupted and safe service provision.

Download Utilities Report Download Healthcare Report
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Our people make us resilient

At Arcadis, our purpose is to improve the quality of life for our people, our clients and our community.

As we continue to work through and overcome the challenges bought on with the COVID-19, it is our people who have adapted, excelled and grown, ensuring that they continued to deliver on projects throughout the pandemic.

 

Framing the discussion with clients:

The 5 Critical Aspects of Resilience

People

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.

Design

Resilience can be enhanced by embracing new resilience-conscious ways of designing and retrofitting buildings, facilities, and urban spaces in a post-pandemic world.

Planning

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

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.

Sustainability

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.

Contact us


Stephen Taylor

Australian Cities Director +61 2 8907 9084 Ask me a question

Jacqui Banks

City Executive Melbourne + 61 413303581 Ask me a question

Gareth Robbins

Sector Managing Director - Property, Energy and Resources Ask me a question
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