This module looks at the reasons for using a joint venture to deliver a global mega infrastructure project.
Understanding the reasons for using a joint venture for such projects is crucial and informs the structure, operation and longevity of a joint venture arrangement.
Across the infrastructure sector, the methods of delivery and the resources needed to deliver mega infrastructure projects are changing at pace. This inevitably requires participants to think longer and harder about the reasons they are collaborating to ensure that JV structures and goals meet the new challenges.
Director General, Institution of Civil Engineers
In the context of procurement and delivery of mega infrastructure projects and in considering the reasons for choosing a Joint Venture, it is essential to refer to the UK Project Initiation Routemap's Six Pillars of Procurement Excellence
More and more novel alliances will become the norm and tried and tested JV models will be challenged
Borja is in the Madrid Corporate team, and has extensive local and international experience in M&A, private equity, as well as in general company law and governance matters on a variety of industries and sectors such as renewable energy, infrastructure, and Advanced Manufacturing ＆ Technology.
Claire is a projects partner with 17 years experience advising governments, developers, sponsors, and development finance institutions on infrastructure projects, PPPs and concessions throughout Africa across all sectors, with a specific focus on transport, healthcare, water and sanitation, solid waste, education facilities, public buildings and ICT/telecommunications.
John specialises in construction in the energy and infrastructure sectors.
Jon is in an infrastructure specialist, with extensive knowledge of drafting and negotiating project documentation derived over twenty-five years working with clients in closing their deals and helping support successful project deliveries.