ARCTIC INFRASTRUCTURE (AI) is a private establishment with a broad focus on infrastructure delivery, urban development and environment. It is a development organization engaging in the planning, engineering, procurement, construction and management of infrastructure and spaces.
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In many developed economies, spending on infrastructure is predominantly directed at asset maintenance and repair, with few opportunities for brand-new installations. In developing economies, infrastructure to meet basic human needs for potable water, wastewater treatment, housing, mobility and energy remains a challenge.
Responding to the gaps in providing new installations and maintaining existing infrastructure in different parts of the world, the founding fathers of AI conceptualized and institutionalized a multi-disciplinary infrastructure delivery organization. The establishment of AI in April 2014 is the realization of a key objective of creating a multi-disciplinary organization that will participate in the infrastructure delivery value.
ARCTIC INFRASTRUCTURE (AI) envisions a world where access to sustainable infrastructure and the livable environment will not be restricted to any human being based on social, economic or spatial status.
The mission of ARCTIC INFRASTRUCTURE (AI) is to be part of the everyday living of residents or visitors in our areas of operations. It is the commitment of AI to improve access to good living conditions and promote harmony between development and the environment. This will be achieved through the provisioning of impeccable and vibrant infrastructure and spaces to all segments of the population.
- Establishing a global infrastructure delivery organization through the adoption of best practices in all aspects of engagement and operations, including job procurement and execution
- Cultivating partnership with relevant stakeholders through engagement, participation, branding and collaboration.
- Building a viable organization that will be self-sustaining by developing a mutually benefiting relationship with the financial sector, compliance with the regulatory and governance requirements, and recouping appropriate returns on investment.
- Delivering social, economic and environmental benefits to the society through conscious environmental sustainable development and people-centered infrastructure delivery.
- Reducing the rate of employment and economically empowering people through the creation of direct and indirect job opportunities