Capital Projects & Infrastructure

Infrastructure M&A

An investment in infrastructure through the acquisition of an existing asset or a new project requires a multi-angle analysis comprising  financial structure, tax incentives, licences, technical maturity and business model reviews. The CP&I brings together a deep understanding of finance and business and possesses the engineering and technical skills necessary to offer a unique solution to investors and sponsors in the M&A process.

Investment Planning

The application of capital efficiencies into the investment combined with the right people, software, procedures and models is crucial for successful project implementation. A proper planning phase might be the difference between a solid project and a complete collapse. The CP&I team acts as a strategic partner to support the transition of a planned project through the execution phase.

Project Governance and Risk Management

Capital projects are exposed to several governance variations caused by internal and external risks. Weak governance might generate a fragile and unsecure environment, exposing financial institutions, owners and board members to uncertain results. External threats can also increase the challenges of project implementation. The CP&I specialists apply 20+ years of experience to anticipating, mitigating and solving risks as well as generating opportunities to optimise controls and avoid deviations within a technical and sceptical profile.

Construction Monitoring and Delivering

Performance and productivity monitoring are necessary for projects to be completed on time and budget. Having a process in place that gathers all important information and translates it into management and finance language allows companies to create an active and powerful model of management. This enables them to deliver better and more consistent results. The CP&I team supports everything from structure to fieldwork and provides trustworthy recommendations along the way.

Asset Optimisation and Decommissioning

Asset management requires the balancing of costs, opportunities and risks against the targeted asset performance. Additionally, it enables the application of analytical approaches towards managing an asset over the different stages of its life cycle – starting with the asset conception, through to its disposal, and includes the managing of any potential post-disposal liabilities. The CP&I team combines finance and engineering knowledge and provides support in areas such as reliability, maintenance, cost efficiency and technical due diligence.

Tangible asset valuation