You’re a stakeholder in a major capital project. You want advice that will help you succeed. There are a lot of advisors out there vying for your attention. What should you look for? Two critical variables are full coverage and an external project advisor.
Full coverage means support extending over the entire project lifecycle. It means having advisors who blend engineering and construction experience with business, financial and asset management expertise. A single source advisor with the whole range of skills to see your project portfolio through, from pre-construction to asset turnover at completion.
And, whether you’re a government leader, business executive, developer, operator, project director, fund manager, or investor, it’s important to seek external advice, unbiased by ties to participants that may already be involved in the project. An external advisor will help you avoid areas of potential conflict, navigate competing interests, mitigate risks, advise on regulatory compliance and schedule analytics, increase efficiency and capitalize on infrastructure strategies.
Driving value and managing complexity at every phase