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In recent years North American aviation has gone through many changes, making the jobs of airport CEOs challenging ones. In order to try to address these changes, CEOs must carefully consider how these changes affect their business planning.
Amid the tumultuous debates on border security, airport leaders may be forgiven for missing some good news — the growing consensus that new sources of capital are necessary to fund America's airports.
Steer Davies Gleave is pleased to announce the appointment of Stephen D. Van Beek, Ph.D. who joins us to lead the development of a North American aviation practice from our new office in Washington DC.
Stephen has a distinguished career as a professor, senior government official and management consultant focusing on policy and regulatory services as well as strategic and business planning.
Steer Davies Gleave continues to support clients across the world involved in developing public private partnership infrastructure projects across the sector, including highways, railways, ports and logistics, airport and urban transit infrastructure. In addition to our support on traffic and revenue studies, Steer Davies Gleave has provided technical advisory services on multiple infrastructure projects reaching financial close worth a total of over US$32 billion.
Increases in oil production and lower projected global demand growth for crude oil have contributed to declines in gas prices, beginning in June 2014 and falling 42% to the lowest point in January 2015. However, the impact of changing fuel prices is not uniform across transportation modes.
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