Public Sector Advisory
Pre-feasibility and Feasibility Studies
Our PPP and project advisory services are based on preliminary feasibility studies that enable us to develop a clear understanding of project viability by looking at financial performance, market standing, and model development. Detailed feasibility analysis is conducted once our clients show a willingness to move forward. By leveraging social impact analysis and risk assessment, we assess the practicality of your project to help you make an informed decision.
Financial Modelling and Project Finance
Our highly experienced consultants are well-versed in financial modeling and can convert commercial gibberish into insightful financial analysis for you to make an informed decision. We take pride in empowering our clients by enabling them to understand the viability of their projects. Green Urbane uses tried and tested techniques for risk modeling and developing solutions that ultimately help with tender documentation and contracts.
PPP Tender Documents Development
Unable to decide which contractor suits your needs? Let us help you award your PPP contract to select the fittest and obtain the desired outputs and outcomes of the project. The consultants at Green Urbane use their industry knowledge and sophisticated tools to streamline the procurement process for you. The full-scale support provided by us encompasses the tender and bidding process along with the development of necessary documents such as RFQ, RFP, and concession agreement. We scope out the financial and technical qualifications of the potential bidders and evaluate their viability using matrices and best practices to provide you with a comprehensive evaluation of the bids.
PPP Tender Process Management
Urbane strives to bring stakeholders like investors, banks, equity providers,
and governments on the same page by ensuring transparency at every stage. We
are committed to implementing globally recognized best practices as well as
lessons learned over the years to entertain the requirements of all
stakeholders to the best of our abilities. This has enabled us to develop a
healthy environment for project finance where the government procurement
process can reach a successful financial close without damaging and causing
investor-fatigue to the competing consortiums.