Infrastructure advisory

Elevating our infrastructural imperatives

Infrastructure advisory

Infrastructure plays a vital role in any country, with the private and public sectors requiring infrastructure projects that are efficient and sustainable. These infrastructure projects also need to meet the country’s strategic development goals, in support of the elevation of economic development and growth. 

In South Africa, there has never been a more acute need for transparency and clarity regarding these infrastructure ambitions. 

Delivering successful infrastructure projects calls for advisers with extensive experience and knowledge. BDO has decades of experience working with governments, quasi-government institutions and private clients, bidding for government contracts. Our holistic approach to advising throughout the project lifecycle means that we have an impressive track record in providing financial support on procurement projects, as well as the expertise required to produce the key project documentation.

We maintain constant dialogue with funders and keep up to date with the issues impacting the funding markets. In addition, our relationships with developers enable us to have direct conversations with key decision makers.

We work across all industry sectors but pride ourselves on our specific specialisation in the following areas:

  • Accommodation
  • Energy and renewables
  • Government-owned property development
  • Social infrastructure
  • Tourism infrastructure
  • Transport.
We work closely with the public and private sectors, drawing on our deep insight into the market. We typically advise on the following aspects of infrastructure development:

For the private sector
  • Asset sale
  • Bid optimisation
  • Financial modelling
  • Full bid support
  • Model audit/review
  • Negotiation support advice
  • Tax advice.
For the public sector
  • Bid evaluation
  • Business cases
  • Feasibility studies
  • Negotiation support
  • Payment mechanisms
  • Procurement support
  • Risk analysis 
  • Tax advice.

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