A public-health-based approach can help asset owners and operators restore services and build confidence for a pandemic-resilient future
Infrastructure epidemiology is a unique discipline. Our health expertise can support asset owners and operators to restart or maintain services while reducing risk.
We have combined our renowned infrastructure capabilities with the expertise of our International Health team, which has delivered infectious disease control programs for more than 20 years, and is currently operating in over 30 countries.
Understanding the role infrastructure plays as a vector for the spread of diseases such as COVID-19 enables us to advise on and plan interventions to reduce transmission. It’s a unique insight and discipline we call “infrastructure epidemiology.”
Infrastructure epidemiology is about helping our clients exercise leadership to slow the spread of infectious diseases, including COVID-19. It is also about keeping their employees informed and safe, and rebuilding people’s confidence that the risk of infection when using public services is being effectively managed.
Strong leadership and the willingness to adapt the use of their assets according to core infrastructure epidemiology principles are the main requisites to restore services and protect revenue, while safeguarding users and the wider society.
Find out more in our white paper Infrastructure Epidemiology.