Kwanto - Feasibility Analysis

By: Kwanto  05-Apr-2012

Feasibility analysis assesses the viability of a project over its expected life and indicates the probable return on investment.  This process helps answer the essential question of "should we proceed with the proposed project idea?"

A feasibility analysis enables all parties, including funding institutions (eg banks), to have a clear idea of the key financial milestones and the necessary targets for the project to get off the ground.  If the cost is too high, the project can be abandoned. If it is undervalued and the project is perceived to be cheaper than it will be, this will cause problems at a later stage. To ensure a project can be achieved within a set budget, accurate estimating and cost information is essential.

Kwanto provides a high quality service to analyse the feasibility of a building project including:

  • Facilitation of project cost meetings
  • Risk assessment
  • Cashflow forecasting
  • Calculation of potential return on investment
  • Scenario comparison

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