infrastructure

ESI is Proud to Co-Sponsor the 3rd Annual Urban Economic Policy Conference

April 11, 2017 / Comments Off on ESI is Proud to Co-Sponsor the 3rd Annual Urban Economic Policy Conference

     ESI is proud to join forces with the Drexel School of Economics in hosting our 3rd Annual Urban Economic Policy Conference: Topics in Urban Infrastructure on Friday, May 12 at LeBow Hall on Drexel University’s main campus in University City. The two panel discussions will take place over the course of the afternoon: (1) Urban Infrastructure: Micro Aspects (transportation, spatial […]

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Richard Voith Offers Insight on Infrastructure Funding in Latest Issue of Urban Link

January 26, 2017 / Comments Off on Richard Voith Offers Insight on Infrastructure Funding in Latest Issue of Urban Link

The latest issue of the Penn Institute for Urban Research’s (Penn IUR) publication, Urban Link (Volume 2017 / Issue 1) titled Expert Voices 2017: America’s Urban Infrastructure, features  an article authored by ESI President and Principal, Richard Voith: “Historical Patterns of Infrastructure Funding.” From financing and re-prioritizing infrastructure investments to infrastructure’s role in distressed areas, Dr. Voith, along […]

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AIA Releases Fall 2016 Issue of Context

November 10, 2016 / Comments Off on AIA Releases Fall 2016 Issue of Context

ESI is proud to have worked in collaboration with the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Philadelphia Chapter on the release of their Fall 2016 Issue of Context. The magazine provides insight and analysis on infrastructure, architecture, and transit related development projects. Each issue has a unique and specific focus area which is analyzed at the national […]

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Creating Jobs Through Sustainable Infrastructure

June 27, 2016 / Comments Off on Creating Jobs Through Sustainable Infrastructure

Five years into the Sustainable Business Network (SBN) of Greater Philadelphia’s innovative project, Green City, Clean Waters, we have already seen major developments and success. The project utilizes green infrastructure to reduce stormwater pollution. Not only does this project produce positive environmental and sustainable impacts, but as well supports job growth in the city. Econsult […]

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ESI Produces Report for RURCBOG on the importance of eds and meds as an economic engine

June 23, 2016 / Comments Off on ESI Produces Report for RURCBOG on the importance of eds and meds as an economic engine

The Rowan University/Rutgers – Camden Board of Governors (“RURCBOG”) is developing a Joint Health Sciences Center in Camden, New Jersey, a project that will leverage the Eds and Meds economy in the region. The board was created by the New Jersey Medical and Health Sciences Education Restructuring Act which took effect on August 22, 2012.  Econsult Solutions, Inc. (ESI) […]

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Moving Cities: Copenhagen

June 3, 2016 / Comments Off on Moving Cities: Copenhagen

Denmark’s capital city, Copenhagen, is often touted as the poster child for the movement towards sustainable urbanism. It earned this superlative through its legacy of public investment and of prioritizing the elements that make a city livable, including a diverse and efficient transportation system with plentiful parks and public spaces. According to a pamphlet developed […]

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