Infrastructure Development & Procurement

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EPS Consulting's knowledge of the public capital investment programme is well regarded. To date, we have produced three reports assessing business opportunities. The most recent identified a potential infrastructure requirement of €140 billion between now and 2020.

We keep abreast of public investment projects and advise on the feasibility of such projects.

A Construction Crane

Our team has expertise and experience in the area of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs), a sector which is set to increase in importance in the coming years. Already identified by the Irish Government as the key to developing the country's infrastructure, the current National Development Plan sees PPPs playing a crucial role in sectors such as education, health, the environment, national roads and public transport.

In addition, we have worked with a number of organisations to assess and identify optimal procurement strategies and, in some cases, have subsequently managed the procurement process on their behalf. Moreover, we also routinely advise clients who are tendering for public sector contracts to enhance their chances of success.

Track Record

We have successfully completed the following assignments in the recent past:

  • Submission to Government on infrastructure priorities under the NDP
  • Wrote tenders for clients all of which were successful
  • Chaired international JV consortium bidding for major Government contract
  • Drafted guidelines for new fixed price lump sum works contract.
  • PPP feasibility studies for seven local authorities.
  • Project Development Assessment in relation to the Grangegorman site (for the Department of An Taoiseach)
  • Advised on public procurement competition for outsourcing of public service.
  • Project managed the procurement process for a public sector client.
  • Managed entire procurement process for Laois County Council.
  • Prepared Galway Gateway Innovation Fund Proposals

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