Project Screening


Project Screening

Even the best plan­ning and imple­men­ta­ti­on of a pro­ject can­not rec­ti­fy the mista­kes made in the pre­ce­ding scree­ning pro­cess. Selec­ting pro­jects care­ful­ly and dili­gent­ly accord­ing to clear­ly defi­ned goals holds the grea­test opti­miz­a­ti­on poten­ti­al when crea­ting new infra­st­ruc­tu­re. In order to be able to select the most sui­ta­ble pro­jects from plan­ned under­ta­kings, goal-ori­en­ted cri­te­ria have to be defi­ned befo­re­hand. They reflect the dif­fe­rent requi­re­ments from the dif­fe­rent infra­st­ruc­tu­re are­as and the spe­ci­fic challenges.

Role of ILF

ILF gives advice to public and pri­va­te insti­tu­ti­ons, banks and inves­tors in all busi­ness are­as on selec­ting and defi­ning pro­jects. Tog­e­ther with cli­ents and other sta­ke­hol­ders, ILF deve­lo­ps and ranks rele­vant cri­te­ria to estab­lish sound foun­da­ti­ons for decisi­on-making to jus­ti­fy and opti­mi­ze invest­ments. When imple­men­ting pro­jects, ILF uses opti­mi­zed tools and  reli­es on many years of exper­ti­se gai­ned as con­sul­tant in dif­fe­rent busi­ness are­as and on expe­ri­ence gai­ned as deve­lo­per and share­hol­der of infra­st­ruc­tu­re projects.

Benefits to Clients

ILF hel­ps cli­ents to iden­ti­fy the best pro­ject solu­ti­ons based on decisi­on rele­vant cri­te­ria. A scree­ning pro­cess coor­di­na­ted with cli­ents and other sta­ke­hol­ders ear­ly on in the deve­lo­p­ment pha­se ensu­res that envi­sa­ged pro­ject solu­ti­ons are fea­si­ble and that the best pos­si­ble solu­ti­on is given pre­fe­rence. Depen­ding on the cha­rac­te­ris­tics of the pro­ject, ser­vices may ran­ge from opti­mi­zing the cost-bene­fit rela­ti­on to maxi­mi­zing the entre­pre­neu­ri­al success.

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