Infrastructure Construction Risk Management Services
M2P provides substantial experience, tools and judgment in order to support its clients to successfully deliver major infrastructure projects, such as the construction of airports by implementing an effective project risk management. Our areas of expertise cover in-depth knowledge in infrastructure privatization (PPP), construction and risk management. M2P's team is comprised of experienced consultants that have successfully delivered major infrastructure projects, e.g. in the Americas, Europe, Africa and Asia.
Scope of M2P Infrastructure Construction Risk Management Services
M2P’s Infrastructure Construction Risk Management Services comprise airports, ports, highways, railways as well as other major infrastructure projects.
M2P's Infrastructure Construction Risk Management Services offering is available for the construction of new infrastructure (greenfield projects) as well as for the enhancement or extention of existing infrastructure.
M2P offers an end-to-end service by actively supporting clients throughout the entire construction process: Planning, design, tender, construction and ORAT.
M2P has extensive knowledge in infrastructure construction risk management, program or project management. M2P's team is experienced in successfully delivering major infrastructure projects around the world, taking into account the political and economic situation in the respective country. Our in-depth knowledge and industry-specific experience enable us to conduct a holistic risk identification and assessment and develop an effective project risk management (PRM) framework for the infrastructure construction. Appropriate PRM governance and processes support the achievement of the pre-defined project goals, e.g. scope, schedule, profile & cost, business continuity, safety & security, quality and reputation.
Construction Risk Examples
...that can affect the project goals
Project Goal Examples
Project Risk Management is crucial for every major infrastructure construction. Risks arise especially due to the high complexity and the high volume of capital involved. Throughout major infrastructure construction projects, several practical and legal requirements need to be complied with. Therefore, various legal and other stakeholders need to be managed in order to successfully deliver the project.
A high degree of risk is given within major infrastructure extension projects if the day-to-day operations continue. The best example is the continuation of airport operations while a new runway or terminal is being constructed.