Project Value Delivery
Through our 25 years of providing value services within the infrastructure sector, SVS has matured the following capabilities, enriched through our proprietary Value Actualization methodology:
- Strategic Planning
- Project Planning & Integration
- Project Value Actualization™
- Project Development & Due Diligence
- Value Engineering & Integration
- Life Cycle Cost Analysis & Modeling
- Program Risk Management
- Infrastructure Industry Alliances
The SVS strategy for creating value is simple and reliable, and has been demonstrated to consistently deliver the “best value” solution for planning capital investments, launching new businesses, integrating mergers & acquisitions, and recovering distressed projects or enterprises. Our operating model is all about getting the right resources doing the right things right, i.e., bringing the people, processes, and tools together to develop and execute an integrated value improvement plan.
Our value studies follow a facilitated six-step creative thought process, which is focused on reducing complex problems to their essential elements, and developing solution scenarios aimed at determining the best value model, supported by life-cycle economic analysis and metrics. Our comprehensive analytical approach addresses such areas as design & construction, operations & maintenance, security & safety, environmental impact, human resources, project aesthetics, public acceptance, and political acceptability. Throughout this structured process, we actively strive to reduce risk and increase confidence in the value proposition. Finally, we produce a value report or integrated value improvement program plan which documents our recommendations for maximizing return on investment in the project.
When implemented from the beginning of an acquisition through the operational value improvement phase, our approach creates a highly transparent and unique operating framework to track planned vs. actual achievement of value improvement metrics and milestones. This level of visibility and control permits rapid identification and response to unfavorable results, and provides the intelligence to make an informed decision to shift resources to recovery scenarios or lower risk value improvement options.