Construction projects have become highly complex and involve several inherent risks and challenges. Managing these projects requires a wide range of skills and competencies for different functional areas including engineering, finance, planning, procurement, construction, contract administration, information technology (IT), quality, and environment, health and safety (EHS), in addition to sectoral knowledge. The challenge lies in making these multidisciplinary functional areas work together seamlessly for the efficient delivery of projects.
Our team is equipped to deliver value to stakeholders across sectors in infrastructure and industrial projects ‒ government officials, developers and operators, contractors, fund managers, investors and corporate development executives. PwC can help your organisation confront the challenges and exploit the opportunities inherent in planning and executing capital infrastructure projects. Our industry and sector experts and project professionals work collaboratively with you to address all phases of the infrastructure development life cycle, providing measurable value to the organisation and its shareholders.
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been widespread in the engineering and construction industry given the interconnectedness and global nature of the construction industry’s supply chains and workforce. PwC has worked with multiple clients in realigning their project planning and resource mobilisation within the constraints for optimum project delivery. A ‘Capital Projects Recovery Strategy’ has been developed with solutions designed to jumpstart the key performance parameters.
Project Location Strategy & Feasibility
Location assessment and financial modelling for project investments
Establishing a foundation for project success
Assessing organisational readiness for project implementation
Independent Project Review (IPR)
Providing independent and objective insights on project status and health.
Stressed Assets Confidence
Evaluating assets and investments for protecting and enhancing value
Procurement and Contract Lifecycle Management
Managing procurement process and contracts with stakeholders
Leveraging digital solutions and enhancing them for efficient execution of projects
Construction Equipment Management
Improving efficiency of plant and machinery (P&M) assets across projects
Project Delivery through Intelligent Controls: Building and sustaining an environment that puts client in control of their projects
Project Recovery Solution
Step by step recovery approach for devising and implantation of recovery plan
Dynamic Project Modelling Tool
Dynamic project model to “maintain” or “reduce negative variance” in project viability during the project lifecycle till the Project gets commissioned
Leader, Capital Projects and Infrastructure, PwC India