The 6th Caribbean Infrastructure Forum (CARIF) returned, live and in-person, at the Ritz-Carlton in Coconut Grove, Miami on September 19-20, 2022
Investment in state of the art, sustainable infrastructure will play a critical role in stimulating economic growth, accelerating decarbonization, and building resilience across the Caribbean.
But in the face of extreme weather events and extraordinary economic and public-health challenges, how have the infrastructure priorities of island governments - and the demands of local and visiting populations - changed? While the disruptions have been significant, what trends are accelerating and what does the project pipeline look like? Green and resilient is touted as the ultimate goal but how - and with what funding - can projects be delivered? And who is tendering, bidding, investing, financing and building the next generation of infrastructure across the region?
More than ever, the region’s infrastructure market needs a meeting place, a venue to pollinate ideas, originate projects, and source financing. Now, in its 6th year, and firmly established as the go-to regional infrastructure event, the market needs CARIF.
CARIF 2022 was held on September 19-20 and brought together +150 leaders from 30 countries to shape the future of infrastructure and capital projects for the Caribbean.