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Green Infrastructure Resource Guide

Providing practitioners involved in sustainable infrastructure projects with a better understanding of green infrastructure (GI) and GI interventions. Read more »

USAID manages a nearly $2 billion annual construction portfolio supporting a wide variety of development programming. These construction activities, guided by the professional experience of Agency engineers, are key to building locally appropriate, sustainable infrastructure that supports USAID’s development goals including economic growth and access to quality education and healthcare.

USAID’s approach to its construction activities recognizes several critical success factors. Realistic needs assessment, project design employing qualified Architecture & Engineering firms, compliance with necessary regulations and policies, qualified technical management throughout the project and independent inspection are fundamental to our process when of sustainable infrastructure around the world.

Last updated: November 09, 2017

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