Government software teams shedding bureaucracy…change in the grocery industry…fintech innovation projects…disaster recovery…a look at projects in Mexico. It’s all in the February PM Network®.
This year’s PMI Project of the Year finalists navigated hurdles that threatened to disrupt entire communities and put lives at risk. One team had to move 800,000 gallons (3 million liters) of toxic and radioactive waste without contaminating a critical water supply. Another transported 2,500 truckloads of supplies along a deadly ice road to build a mine in one of the world’s harshest climates. A third tunneled under a densely populated urban area, just 15 feet (4.6 meters) below a city’s main transportation artery, to make room for a light rail extension.
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