Governance is seen as a common thread that runs through all aspects of successful project delivery.
This module identifies some of the key factors around governance that those involved in setting up JV arrangements to deliver major infrastructure projects should be thinking about.
The terms set out within the JV Agreement should concentrate each party on the delivery of the project by providing a governance structure that promotes collaborative practices between all parties, whilst making clear the allocation of responsibility for managing risk.
Principal, Watling Fosse (formerly Commercial Director, Crossrail)
Good governance within Joint Ventures for Infrastructure projects can be defined as a balance between the developer or client retaining appropriate control, and the delivery team having sufficient autonomy to manage the risk to meet the parties' objectives
The governance structure that is adopted by a JV is essential for the smooth running of the relationship and for the success of the project
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