What America can learn from a bridge in Scotland
America’s infrastructure needs wide-scale repair and renewal. The UK’s new Queensferry Crossing bridge, connecting Edinburgh to Fife in Scotland, sets a new standard on how to do it
Cameron is a researcher at the American University in Cairo. He can be reached at email@example.com. Previously, Cameron has served as the special assistant and aide to former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice; associate to the CIO of leading Arab builder Consolidated Contractors Company, S.A.L. (CCC Group); and consultant for Qatari Diar, Qatar’s state-backed real estate developer. His business writings have been published by the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Engineering News-Record (ENR). Cameron holds a master of science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University, a master of public policy from the University of Oxford (Balliol College), and a bachelor of arts with honors, also from Stanford University.