International Development & Infrastructure
Deloitte’s specialists work with governments, development agencies and the private sector to help close the 'infrastructure gap' in the financing and delivery of growth-enabling capital projects in developing countries.
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?
Deloitte GCC Powers of Construction 2015
The report is the sixth in its series, produced based on information gathered from surveys, internal data, and supported by interviews conducted with prominent industry leaders from the region.
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.
Infrastructure & Capital Projects
Having advised on many of the world's largest and most complex infrastructure and capital projects, we provide clients with the best advice on the challenges facing them today, as well as the vision to consider those yet to surface.
Deloitte's infrastructure investors team advises clients across the M&A and fund lifecycle, providing end-to-end support from the moment the funds are raised and opportunities are identified, to the conclusion of the transaction and onwards through the life of the asset.