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BRICKSTONE Reports on the Need for Public-Private Partnerships in Development

Before a Private Public Partnership (PPP) is formed, government and investors need a feasibility and bankability study conducted to ensure the Project is bankable, Brickstone announces

Ikoyi, Lagos – June 8, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Funds needed for development projects tend to be hard to come by. This is due in part to pressures that have been placed on FGN government budgets, concerns about service provision by state enterprises and agencies, and insufficient investments. For this reason, public-private partnerships are becoming more common. However, before anyone enters a partnership of this type, a feasibility study is often required to be conducted, and BRICKSTONE can be of assistance with this.

“The feasibility study analyzes the ability and likelihood of the successful completion of the project. All relevant factors are examined during the process, including scheduling, technological, economic, and legal aspects. With the help of this study, project managers determine all possible outcomes of the project, both positive and negative, before any time or money is invested,” Femi Awofala, the Founder and CEO for BRICKSTONE, explains.

Feasibility studies offer many benefits. First and foremost, the study improves the focus on the project, helping to eliminate unnecessary distractions. It works to identify opportunities that may otherwise be overlooked and narrows alternatives for the business. Furthermore, the study provides the partners with one or more valid reasons for undertaking the project.

“While people often look at the benefits of having the study carried out, they tend to overlook an important one. In certain cases, the study demonstrates why a project should not be tackled. With the information gathered during the process, one or both partners can provide a valid reason for choosing not to take part,” Awofala continues.

However, a feasibility study is only one step a business should undertake when considering a large-scale asset-backed infrastructure project. Assistance may be needed in optimizing a company’s capital structure and ensuring sufficient liquidity. Others find they need assistance with alternative asset management. BRICKSTONE works with businesses on these aspects of a project and more.

“To learn more about BRICKSTONE and how we can help you with your next infrastructure project, visit this website. We are here to help you make the most of every project you undertake and determine which projects should be avoided. Contact us today and we’ll be happy to discuss our work with you,” Awofala states.

About BRICKSTONE:

Brickstone is a research-based firm focused on transaction advisory, development management, and asset management services for large-scale asset-backed infrastructure projects in Africa. In executing the advisory process, the firm combines the required technical and financial skills to navigate the complex structures which characterize today’s financial markets and an unsurpassed creative approach that differs from the traditional consulting firm. The company’s goal is to be Africa’s infrastructure catalyst.

Contact Info:
Name: Femi Awofala
Email: hello@brickstone.africa
Organization: BRICKSTONE
Address: 9A Ibeju-Lekki Street, Dolphin Estate, Ikoyi, Lagos P.O.Box 50939, Ikoyi Lagos
Phone: 234 (0)1 636 4444

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