Project drift is the curse of construction and infrastructure projects across the world. Examples of projects where costs have spiralled are too numerous to count. All too often these problems are exacerbated by short cuts or insufficient studies at the feasibility stage of the project. Additional care at this stage will save significant time and money later on.
BrunswickIS provide their specialist skills to assist clients in determining the feasibility of a project and in developing strategies to maximise value and minimise risk.
We work with our Clients to develop the Project Brief and to ensure that there is an understanding of the business asset – its purpose, construction, use and maintenance requirements. By studying these issues in sufficient depth at this stage it is then possible to realistically consider the feasibility of a project, how it might be most effectively designed, developed and procured. It is also possible to analyse the potential risks and incorporate effective strategies to minimise these.
These areas of project feasibility are addressed in more detail in the links below.
the Client's Brief