Civil Engineering and Architecture Vol. 7(1), pp. 31 - 35
DOI: 10.13189/cea.2019.070105
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Monitoring of Construction Projects Feasibility by Bank Investment Supervision Approach

Jarosław Konior *
Department of Construction Technology and Management, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland


Technical, financial and organisational feasibility study methods in compliance with a Bank Investment Supervision requirements have been presented. Methodology of construction project appraisal for financing and execution professional preparation have been laid out – technical documentation, arrangements, realisation. Analysis and assessment of Bank Investment Supervision consisted of Project Execution Plan, geotechnical and environmental conditions, permit design, agreements and decision impacts of local authorities, engineering contract for construction works, project insurance and performance bonds, schedule of execution tasks and their costs, payment plan, investment budget and project economical effectiveness, scope of monthly construction works execution assessed by Earned Value Method approach, significant risks measurable assessment and handover procedure of construction project. Engineering, Project and Construction Management (EPCM) approach to investment process and solid, consequent, regular construction projects monitoring executed by professional Banking Supervision Inspector make possible to minimise any faults of inappropriate financing of construction projects.

Construction Project, Bank Investment Supervision, Risk Significance

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[1] Jarosław Konior , "Monitoring of Construction Projects Feasibility by Bank Investment Supervision Approach," Civil Engineering and Architecture, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 31 - 35, 2019. DOI: 10.13189/cea.2019.070105.

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Jarosław Konior (2019). Monitoring of Construction Projects Feasibility by Bank Investment Supervision Approach. Civil Engineering and Architecture, 7(1), 31 - 35. DOI: 10.13189/cea.2019.070105.