Capital Projects and Infrastructure

PwC’s Capital Project & Infrastructure (CP&I) practice spans both the public-private spaces — with a focus on transactions and the building of assets. Our CP&I team delivers a fully integrated service offering advising clients across the entire project or asset life cycle of the capital projects and infrastructure space. We do this by bringing together diverse functional and sector expertise on a global basis. This often includes professionals with experience in the planning, analysis, execution and governance and reporting of large capital programs, public private partnership experience on both the public and commercial side, regulatory expertise, fund structuring and deal expertise — together with similarly strong skills in synergistic areas such as:

  • Energy and Utilities
  • Engineering and Construction
  • Government
  • Health Industries
  • Real Estate
  • Hospitality and Leisure
  • Technology and Communications
  • Transportation and Logistics
  • Tax
  • Sustainability
  • Fraud and corruption

We are also able to serve as a consultant to private and public sector developers and owners/operators, as an independent, conflict-free advisor.

Opportunity Knocks – So Does Risk
Integrating issues, competencies and challenges across the entire value chain is imperative, and PwC helps the full spectrum of stakeholders - from government leaders, CEOs, CFOs, and developers and operators to fund managers, investors and corporate development executives - to avoid areas of potential conflict, navigate competing interests and capitalize on strategic opportunities to mitigate risks, realize benefits, and advance their business.

Whether or not these investments deliver long-term, sustainable returns depends on specific knowledge and experience in each of the critical areas that drive success in capital investments - from fund and deal structuring, to public sector issues, supporting public private partnerships, accountability and transparency, and finally capital project planning, management and delivery. Many leading market providers excel in only one or two of these arenas. It is also important to understand how these different pockets of expertise impact one another and must be managed holistically to mitigate risk and create value - strategic insight that very few advisors provide.

Transactions (Buy-Side and Sell-Side)