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Infrastructure and Capital Projects

 

Vision. Partnership. Success

The world economic and political landscape has changed; infrastructure in many countries and regions is top of mind and there is recognition of increasing infrastructure shortfalls in many jurisdictions.

The unprecedented magnitude of the current African infrastructure development plans as well private sector growth initiatives, require mobilisation of all capital investment expertise and significant ramping up of unique capital management skills.

The Economist Intelligence Unit ranks the competitiveness of global cities according to their demonstrated ability to attract capital, business, talent and visitors. The quality of infrastructure and social services in a city has a direct bearing on all these metrics.

Download the Infrastructure and Capital Projects brochure to find out more.

“To become globally competitive and realise Africa’s true potential, massive improvements in infrastructure are required in a short space of time” André Pottas

 

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André Pottas
Infrastructure and Capital Projects Leader
Tel: + 27 31 560 7033
Email: apottas@deloitte.co.za
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Thought Leadership

 

Deloitte on Africa: African Construction Trends Report 2013
The infrastructure development boom across Africa has attracted investments totaling US$ 222.7 billion spend on a total of 322 projects. In this second African Construction Trends Report, the focus was on continental construction trends for projects valued at more than US$ 50 million on which construction began, but was not completed, before 1 June 2013.

   
     
   

 

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