We research, monitor, and advise on the policy, impact, and delivery of infrastructure projects in the State of New York
EI Council is a university-led initiative focused on supporting the policy, planning, and delivery of infrastructure systems and capital programs in the State of New York.
All EI Council activity is intrinsically linked to our world class research and practitioner base across our consortium.
The Empire Infrastructure Council's vision is to be a source of independent analysis, trusted dialogue, and impactful ideas for decades to come.
As we approach a new era of modernization, climate urgency, and critical investment in our region’s infrastructure, we will offer solutions to these complex and interlinked challenges, and actively seek to help enable the next-generation infrastructure for New Yorkers.
EI Council provides authoritative commentary and advisory on infrastructure matters through our network of policy, research, and subject matter experts.
We inform public discourse by owners, sponsors, industry stakeholders, and the general public using analysis, knowledge assets, and accessible multimedia content.
EI Council's analysis is reinforced by an ethos of accuracy, objectivity, and policy relevance.
We maintain a wide range of multidisciplinary research specializations covering infrastructure, major capital program planning and delivery, industrial strategy, workforce development, support of small business and MWB firms, and economic growth.
Unique in the national landscape, the Construction Diversity Initiative is an inter-disciplinary research, policy, and training lab within Columbia University's School of Professional Studies to produce, deploy and transfer knowledge around minority, women, veteran, and other diverse businesses, as well as its impact on workforce diversity stakeholders in the infrastructure, development, and construction sectors
The Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy (CPIP) is focused on improving the delivery, maintenance, and operation of physical infrastructure. This will be accomplished through dedicated teaching, research, and outreach efforts in infrastructure policy.
the Institute of Design and Construction (IDC) Innovation Hub at NYU Tandon School of Engineering serves as a catalyst among technology, business, and academia to join forces and ignite our imaginations while seeking solutions to our most pressing needs.
The Center for Infrastructure, Transportation, and the Environment (CITE) was established by Rensselaer as a collaborative environment in which interdisciplinary transportation and infrastructure-related research could be conducted. The center is known more generally for research in sustainable freight system, and freight transportation planning; transportation planning, design and operations; modeling, and simulation; disaster response logistics; traffic signal system control; and behavior research.
The School of Technology and Design covers a broad area, from the engineering technologies to computer systems, from architecture to advertising design and graphic arts, from construction-related areas to the study of new media. What all of these areas share is the signature City Tech blending of theory and practice, and the focus on tomorrow's technology.
The School of Architecture educates future leaders in design, planning, and management disciplines by offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in the professional fields of architecture, urban design, city and regional planning, construction and facilities management, environmental management, urban place-making, historic preservation, and real estate.
The Syracuse University Infrastructure Institute is a unique interdisciplinary venture to educate and enable the next generation of professionals to create and rehabilitate effective and sustainable infrastructure. As the United States and the world face widespread deferred infrastructure maintenance and threats from aging or insufficient systems, there is a critical need for innovative and collaborative approaches.
As a dynamic, highly ranked, and accredited not-for-profit university, we're committed to educating the next generation of leaders, inspiring innovation, and advancing entrepreneurship. At NYIT, caring and expert faculty and staff provide a student experience that: inspires critically creative thinking in professional programs infused with technology; and empowers our graduates to change the world, to solve 21st-century challenges, and to reinvent the future.
The Inclusive Cities lab at the UC Berkeley Institute for Urban and Regional Development will research and engage students and scholars through an intersectional approach to the concept of creating an inclusive city. Through interdisciplinary research and engagement with policy makers, academics, practitioners and communities, the Inclusive Cities Lab will work to develop cities into spaces where all can develop to their full potential.