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Our goal is to unleash a new wave of infrastructure development and solutions deployment that support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.


Founded for what the future holds.

Established in March of 2020, TerraScale was designed for what the future holds. Recent events have highlighted our reliance on fragile systems — highly susceptible to the new types of risks.

Primarily among these are factors like climate change, cyber threats, population growth, public health crises and other unseen catastrophes. These events made evident the heightened need for green, smart, secure critical infrastructure.


Unique capabilities.

TerraScale is a one-stop shop for financing and developing sustainable & resilient infrastructure Public-Private-Partnership projects worldwide.

Our Purpose

Learning from today, building for tomorrow.

Despite there being no shortage of capital, projects or technology, there is currently a $15 trillion infrastructure deficit. We overcome the existing barriers to sustainable, resilient infrastructure project financing and development through our “self-financing” ecoysystem.


Innovation through Integration.

We execute across the entire development process: from financing, design, and construction to operations, through our partnerships with world-class engineering, construction, technology, architecture, and non-profit organizations. We remove barriers, enabling synchronized collaboration to solve global problems.


Learn more about our Partners


A People-First Project Development Alliance.

TerraScale is the Global Program Manager of the ImPPPact Global Alliance, a United Nations initiative focused on Goal 17 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: “To strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.”

As Program Manager, TerraScale is responsible for developing ImPPPact’s global pipeline of “People-First” Public-Private-Partnership projects.

Learn More About our Projects