The Right Requirements
Most complex infrastructure contracts are inadequately prepared. This results in a host of problems for your design-build contractors. We will help you write clear and detailed RFPs and contract scopes for owners.
For successful completion of complex infrastructure projects, clear and detailed contract scope and requirements are crucial. When these are inadequate, it can lead to costly delays, disputes, and project failure. According to industry research, the majority of projects experience cost overruns due to scope creep. From limited descriptions of legacy systems to inadequate performance-based requirements, omitting even the smallest detail can have significant implications. Our experience in overcoming obstacles and balancing the needs of both owners and contractors enables us to deliver successful projects.
There are very good resources available for public procurement from leading practitioners around the world, spanning better design-build contracts, agile contracting, performance-based requirements, and collaborative contracting. We benchmark, adapt, and tailor RFPs and contracts to be clear, useful, and effective.
Encouraging Good Management
The Convenience of Clarity
Cooperation & Change Management
Prescriptive Process Integration
This is one of the best RFPs for a Feasibility Study I’ve seen. I’ve forwarded it on to others in my team to consider as an example for others.
We support your proposal to develop a product-line procurement process for the project. Please devise the process according to our general policies, let us review it before implementing, and you can run with it. We trust you.
Owner’s Procurement Category Manager
Energy & Carbon
We look at the whole problem. We consider every angle and all the possible solutions before we provide you with the one that will work for you. We do the work to give you peace of mind and your time back.
Real-Time Customer Information Display System
Increasing Non-Revenue Rail System Construction During Operations
Cost-Effective Decarbonization Planning