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SDG ensures a top position in the infrastructure deals league

06 February 2018

In January, Inframation Deals released its project finance and league tables trend report for 2017 that captures over USD 437bn in activity, an industry best. 

Globally, we are pleased to see Steer Davies Gleave ranking third in deal value in the technical advisory category. Steer Davies Gleave was technical advisor on 20 deals that reached financial close in 2017. The value of these transactions exceeded USD 16.2bn. 

Transport Futures' Intercity Travel Conference in Toronto

07 December 2017

We sponsored the Intercity Travel Conference, organised by Transport Futures and held in Toronto on 27 November 2017.  With a focus on rail and bus, the conference explored the past, present and future state of intercity travel in Ontario, through the lens of both local and international speakers, and their experiences.

Tags: Bus, Cities, Rail
Category: SDG in the news

Toronto 360 wayfinding implementation

27 October 2017

The City of Toronto has commenced the roll-out of its successful Toronto 360 (TO360) pedestrian wayfinding system, which is a central component of the City’s goal to make Toronto a more walkable, welcoming and understandable place for visitors and residents alike.

Steer Davies Gleave has been involved in this project since its outset in 2011. Initially to develop a wayfinding strategy and outline business case, and subsequently, for the detailed design and implementation of a pilot scheme centred on the Financial District in the city’s downtown core.

Parks and Trails Wayfinding pilot launched in Toronto's Lower Don Trail

29 September 2017

The Mayor of Toronto, John Tory, was joined by City Councillors and representatives from partners including Evergreen and the Trans Canada Trail, when he launched the Toronto Parks & Trails Wayfinding Strategy and Lower Don Trail on Saturday 23rd September, as part of a weekend-long celebration of Toronto's unique ravine network. 

Growing appetite, limited opportunities

20 September 2017

The last decade has been difficult for transport infrastructure providers. After years of reliable growth, motorway traffic fell or remained static, after the 2008  financial crisis. Traffic through airports, railways and even ferries also suffered.

However, it seems that across Europe the market has stabilised, and we are again seeing progressive traffic recovery and growth. In response, there is a growing appetite for investment in the sector through new PPP schemes, and specially through secondary sales/acquisitions and refinancing.

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