Before major infrastructure projects are authorised to go ahead the senior people managing them need to think deeply about the key issues which can mean the difference between success or failure. Many of these front-end issues are often overlooked. A big project that goes wrong wastes scarce resources, is trouble for all concerned and can undermine confidence in other projects.
This best practice paper covers initial thinking about the reasons, context and aims of a project, through to mitigating risk.
It has been prepared by a working party of civil engineers and actuaries, known as the Risk Group. Previous publications by the group include the RAMP Guide about managing risk throughout development and construction phases.
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