The global engineering and construction (E&C) industry is rapidly resetting how it executes projects. Most projects are larger than ever and increasingly face difficult physical or political environments. More owners, meantime, are demanding that contractors not only build but also operate projects to speed the return on investment. Arjun Ramaraju, head of Wipro’s E&C business, and Rahul Mangharam, an engineering professor at the University of Pennsylvania, discuss these key emerging trends in this white paper produced by Knowledge@Wharton and sponsored by Wipro Technologies.
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