Infrastructure and major capital projects are often highly complex and typically include many significant activities.
Infrastructure and major capital projects are complex and include significant activities.
Whether the endeavour is a new healthcare campus, sports stadium, power plant, a public-private partnership, or a new city masterplan, the interfaces the owner or sponsor must manage are enormous. Stakeholders frequently comprise multiple government and regulatory bodies, consultants, contractors, financiers, and internal departments within their organizations. For this reason and others, the manner in which owners and sponsors pursue programme governance and handle project management controls issues is critical to their success.
Experience has shown us that governance and project management controls objectives are defined in terms more than just on time, on budget, and meeting requirements. Setting governance and controls objectives is important because it greatly impacts how you define your governance structure. KPMG have extensive project governance and risk management experience, gained on a number of flagship projects, and our services cover both the assurance and advisory angles, including the integration and alignment of people, processes and technology.
How we can help you
KPMG understand how critical infrastructure development and capital projects are and have assembled an integrated and experienced team with deep technical skills, and extensive experience, to advise our clients throughout the entire infrastructure and capital projects lifecycle, namely:
KPMG have invested in deep sector skills to ensure our teams add value to our clients across a range of sectors, including but not limited to energy, water, transport, mining, oil and gas, cities and social infrastructure.