Indian power giants Adani and multinational construction consultancy Parsons Brinckerhoff have entered into a contract
Leading provider of PRINCE2® project management training, ILX, have commented on a recent story in Australia’s Sunday Morning Herald reporting that Indian power giants Adani and multinational construction consultancy Parsons Brinckerhoff have entered into a contract believed to be worth millions of pounds.
There has been much speculation surrounding the $16.5 billion Queensland coal project to which the contract applies, however this latest development shows that Indian power generator Adani is not losing any of its enthusiasm. The finer details of the costly project management contract are expected to be finalised in the next few weeks.
The new contract signifies the progression of the project from the approval stage to the building stage. The deal would see Parsons Brinckerhoff provide assurance services across the engineering, procurement and construction contracts that are expected to be let over the coming months.
This is not the only project that the Indian power company Adani have invested in recently either. In recent months the company have also financed the construction of a 388 kilometre long railway designed to transport vast quantities of coal towards the port as part of the Carmichael mine project. The company are preparing for the improved growth of India’s energy demands as the country continues their reforms.
As experts in project management training across a wide range of industries, ILX take a keen interest in newsworthy project management stories. Global Head of Marketing, Kevin Tewis, released the following statement upon hearing the news: ‘India’s recent economic growth has seen a greater commitment to the future development of critical infrastructure that the country has previously lacked.
‘These contracts represent India’s economic potential and focus on the importance of effective project management. Parsons Brinckerhoff is an excellent advocate of a pragmatic and well-structured approach to project management, which is clear throughout its development history. A project of this size and significance certainly calls for strong project management methodologies, similar to the ones taught in PRINCE2 project management training, in order to ensure success.’
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