Due Diligence and Studies

Sound due diligence, master plans and feasibility studies lead to informed decisions on financing infrastructure investments in the water, environment and agriculture sectors.

International Financing Institutions use the results of due diligence assessments to appraise infrastructure projects and decide on their prospective financing. We support our clients in all aspects of the due diligence process, by evaluating whether the proposed design is technically sound, constitutes the most effective and economically advantageous solution and whether it bears any significant environmental and social risks that need to be avoided or mitigated.

In addition, we support our clients in developing master plans and feasibility studies.

Considering existing policies and development strategies, we support governments in preparing master plans to define short-, medium- and long-term water supply and sanitation investments.

Feasibility studies lead to priority investments for good infrastructure projects. Our multidisciplinary expert teams assess projects technically, economically, as well as from an environmental and social perspective. We do so for water supply, sewerage, wastewater treatment, irrigation, hydropower, and river training projects.

Furthermore, we carry out special studies for the water, environment and agriculture sectors, including hydrological and water resource assessments, water resource efficiency, sustainable land management or water sector financing.

With the growing impact of climate change, questions of water and energy efficiency, as well as climate resilience, are increasingly becoming part of our assessments.

Our services comprise:

  • Technical due diligence
  • Economic and financial analysis
  • Environmental and social due diligence
  • Preparation of Master Plans
  • Preparation of Feasibility Studies
  • Assessment of climate risks and climate resilience
  • Special studies in the water and environment sector

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