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Private Sector Development

Feasibility Study for Public Private Partnership Project

Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are crucialto the delivery of priority economic development projects. However, it isessential that there is a broad consensus in relation to the scope of PPPs, theprocess through which PPP projects will be developed and the benefits expectedto be realised by adopting the PPP approach across all interests in both thepublic and private sectors. The Ministry of Housing & Urban Communities / 6of October City Council intends to tender the development of a 718,200 m2plot in the 9th neighbourhood in 6 of October City on a PPP basis.

The intended project includes a hotel facility(250 rooms) over 46,200 m2; commercial / recreational area 46,200 m2;two stories office building 16,800 m2; Hotelapartments (230 unit) over 29,400 m2 andthe remaining area should be devoted to public facilities such ascinemas, open theatre, lagoons, gardens, playgrounds...etc.

IDC was responsible to prepare the preliminaryfeasibility study report including:

·    Support and justification for the project;

·    Review of the country’s socio-economicsituation;

·    Description of the project components;

·    Market analysis (demand, supply and gapanalysis, and marketing plan);

·    Technical analysis;

·    Financial Analysis (Benefits and costs of theproject and their distribution among partners);

·    Financial viability of the project and likelyfinance structure;

·    Organizational / operational analysis; and

·    Project implementation schedule.

 

Period: July 2013 – November 2013

Client: Private Sector Company




Feasibility Study for a Mega Mall (shopping and recreational).

The project aimed at establishing a mega mall including shopping and recreational facilities over an area of approximately 162 thousands square meters located at the Six of October City. The project investment could reach up to 450 million U.S. Dollars and includes 17 movie theatres, 380 stores, coffee shops, parking lots...etc. The duration of construction is roughly 34 months and the project is expected to be operative within 40 months from the starting date.

IDC was responsible to prepare the project’s Techno-Economic feasibility study including:

  • Review of the country’s socio- economic situation
  • Market analysis (demand analysis, supply analysis, gap analysis, and marketing plan).
  • Technical analysis (size, location, timing and technology)
  • Financial analysis (costs, revenues, break-even, alternative scenarios and sensitivity)
  • Economic analysis (economic costs/benefits and social welfare)
  • Preliminary environmental analysis (compliance with law 4/1994 on the environment and steps to be followed to get the “environmental license”
  • Organizational/operational Analysis (vision, mission, management structure and administrative communication)

Period: February – July 2010

Client: Private Sector Company

 

Technical Assistance for a Private Sector Firm in the Pharmaceutical Sector for the Development of a Complete Human Resources Management System

Project objective:
To undertake an extensive Human Resources Development (HRD) process for a private sector manufacturing company operating in the Pharmaceutical Sector.

Scope of work included:

  • formulating a customer-tailored organizational development/ restructuring plan;
  • developing and formulating customer-tailored job descriptions;
  • carrying out training needs' assessment;
  • formulating performance improvement plans;
  • carrying out individual staff performance appraisal;
  • designing an integrated performance appraisal system and training the Beneficiary Company staff in conducting the performance appraisal;
  • developing a customer-tailored staff health and safety manual;
  • developing a competitive remuneration system; and
  • providing assistance to the Beneficiary Company for staff recruitment and hiring.

 

Period: August 2006 – January 2007.

Client: Industrial Modernization Center (IMC)

Technical Assistance for a Private Sector Firm in the Engineering Sector for the Development of a Complete Human Resources Management System

Project objective:
To undertake an extensive Human Resources Development (HRD) process for a private sector manufacturing company operating in the Engineering Sector.

Scope of work included:

  • formulating a customer-tailored organizational development/ restructuring plan;
  • developing and formulating customer-tailored job descriptions;
  • carrying out training needs' assessment;
  • formulating performance improvement plans;
  • carrying out individual staff performance appraisal;
  • designing an integrated performance appraisal system and training the Beneficiary Company's staff in conducting the performance appraisal;
  • developing a customer-tailored staff health and safety manual;
  • developing a competitive remuneration system; and
  • providing assistance to the Beneficiary Company for staff recruitment and hiring.

 

Period: July 2006 – December 2006.

Client: Industrial Modernization Center (IMC)

Integrated Development Project in Aswan Governorate with emphasis on Agriculture, Livestock, Eco-tourism and Fisheries Sectors; Technical Assistance during the "Start-up" Phase

Project objective:
To provide technical assistance to the project's five (5) lead implementing NGOs throughout the project's start-up phase.

Scope of work included:

  • review both the geographical and technical scope of the project interventions;
  • assess the do ability of the different proposed activities;
  • recommend decrease and/or modification in project scope if needed;
  • develop an elaborate design for each individual activity within which implementation mechanisms are clearly identified;
  • review the project budget;
  • review and develop an appropriate project management framework;
  • develop the project implementation plan;
  • Develop a comprehensive and detailed capacity building plan for the 5 lead NGOs.

 

Period: April 2004 – October 2004.

Client: Egyptian Swiss Development Fund (ESDF). (Ref. 002. 2004)

Technical Assistance in Implementation to an Egyptian Company producing building chemicals and paints

Project objective:
To provide assistance to a private sector firm upgrade its activities through four (4) implementation projects namely: quality control improvement, upgrading Production Planning, developing financial and costing systems, and developing marketing and sales strategies.

IDC was responsible, under a sub-contract agreement, for the execution of the two latter projects.

Scope of services included:

  • developing a detailed budgeting system and a detailed costing system;
  • Providing training to the company's management in preparing and interpreting the financial reports generated from both systems.
  • defining the Marketing strategy and reviewing the Strategic Marketing Plan of the company;
  • preparing a detailed budget forecast for marketing activities and cost of sales;
  • reviewing and upgrading the current Sales Plans;
  • reorganizing the Sales Department including development of systems and procedures;
  • Providing on-the-job training for the marketing and sales staff and managers.

 

Period: August 2001 – November 2001.

Client: Euro-Mediterranean Partnership/Private Sector Development Program (PSDP); Ministry of International Cooperation (MIC)/ The European Community;

Association: Advanced Engineering Gmbh

Consulting Services to undertake Five Action Planning Studies for Private Sector firms

Project objective:
To provide five (5) selected Egyptian private sector companies with Action Planning studies that would confirm the requirements for improving their competitive performance. Each action plan also included a set of Terms of Reference for the Implementation of requirements for improving competitive performance agreed with the Company's management. The companies studied, represented a wide range of businesses, with little in common with respect to the products manufactured or services provided. One common denominator was the Companies' need for an overall improvement of their business activities.

Scope of work included:

  • the assessment of the Company's functional areas namely marketing, sales and distribution, production/technical, management and manpower, environment and housekeeping, management information system (MIS), and finance;
  • conducting a global SWOT assessment of the Company;
  • Identifying a set of interventions, agreed upon with the Company's management, in the form of a time-phased action plan to improve the business performance of the Company.

 

Period: April 2001 – November 2001.

Client: Euro–Mediterranean Partnership/Private Sector Development Programme (PSDP); Ministry of International Cooperation (MIC)/The European Community

Establishing Possible Strategic Alliances for 3 Egyptian Metallurgical Companies

Project objectives:
Providing technical assistance to 3 Egyptian Metallurgical companies to identify potential partners for these companies in Europe for the purpose of establishing possible strategic alliances, to facilitate direct personal contacts between the managers of the Egyptian companies and potential partners and to guide and assist the Egyptian companies in the initial negotiations.

Scope of work: under a sub-contract agreement, included assisting the European Consultant in the following 4 activities

  • Company visits/preparation of company profiles for the Egyptian companies;
  • short-listing of potential European partners in close co-operation with the top management of the Egyptian companies;
  • establishment of direct contact between the Egyptian and European companies on a one-to-one basis to discuss strategic alliance possibilities;
  • Providing follow-up support to the Egyptian companies during negotiations, if required.

 

Period: Feb. 2001 – July 2001.

Client: Euro-Mediterranean Partnership/ Private Sector Development Programme (PSDP); Ministry of International Cooperation (MIC)/The European Community

Association: Advanced Engineering Gmbh

 

  
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