Aligning capital asset delivery with organisational development
While traditional approaches to selecting delivery models for capital projects focus on risk appetite and project complexity, little focus is given to mapping what capabilities - people, processes and systems - are required for the project before partners are engaged.
Lessons from London 2012
London 2012 was a spectacular sporting event, but as the successful delivery of a major, complex programme, what lessons can be drawn from the Games for future capital projects and major events?
The Global PPP Market 2012
The public-private partnerships sector is growing strongly around the world, as governments tighten their belts and look to private sector finance and expertise to deliver new infrastructure. But which are the most attractive markets?
Deloitte on Africa
Investment in African mega projects surged 46% to US$326 billion last year led by heavy investment in transport, energy and power, according to the third annual Deloitte African Construction Trends report.
Maximising growth through infrastructure delivery
How can infrastructure projects be structured to maximise pre-operational benefits for the UK, both to drive growth in the short term and create a strong legacy?
Infrastructure Investors Survey 2013
As funds emerge stronger from the economic downturn and direct investors firmly establish themselves in the market, the latest in this report series provides an incisive analysis of the infrastructure investors sector today and predictions going forward.
Life at Deloitte
Deloitte wins Infrastructure Journal award
The result was announced at the awards dinner in London on 19th February in London and recognises the innovative, market-leading solutions developed by the team to deliver pathfinder projects, ‘market firsts’ and complex deals in some challenging markets across Europe and Africa in 2014.
Mastering the people side of operational readiness
Achieving operational readiness in capital projects is complex, high profile and a major consideration even from the early stages of a programme.