Feasibility studies and business plans
Making investment decisions requires thorough preparation. During project preparation,internal and external characteristics are assessed and possibilities are explored.
The fundamental objective of a feasibility study is to provide sufficient information to decision-makers and professional assessors to judge whether a project is actually aimed at solving an existing problem, whether it is in concordance with external, environmental characteristics and related programme objectives, and whether its technical and professional content is optimal.
A good pre-investment study usually provides alternatives to decision-makers, e.g. by being based on a comparative analysis of multiple investment locations.
As a background document to tender proposals, it is key for a feasibility study to demonstrate the social benefits making the project eligible for grant support and to show that it is feasiblefinancially and is in compliance with tender regulations.
Afeasibility study has to include detailed and accurate cost estimates that are based on the engineering documents and cost calculations prepared for submission to the permitting authorities.In line with the above, a detailed financial plan is prepared with ROI indicators.