Risk Identification in Public Private Partnership Projects

Nowadays, investment in building technical infrastructure in Da Nang city has increased rapidly in terms of scale and scope with the broad participation of the whole society. The unstable effects of the surrounding environment and the internal adjustment of the project lead to many fundamental changes that were initially planned and changed the effectiveness of the project. This is the existence of the risk of Public Private Partnerships (PPP) project in investerment of technical infrastructure in Da Nang. Risk management is an important issue when implementing a PPP project, especially PPP in technical infrastructure projects. This study focused on the survey methodology of all PPP stakeholders in Da Nang in order to examine PPP awareness and risk management awareness for successful implementation of PPP projects. Thereby, an effort is also made to investigate the experts which to identify the seriousness of the risks associated with PPP. Based on the results of the survey, risk mitigation measures were proposed far significant risk factors in PPP projects in Da Nang of technical infrastructure investment, which facilitated the development of a project sustainable in today which uncertain environment.


Risks Borne by Foreign Contractors Doing Business in Turkey
Birgönül, Mustafa Talat; Dikmen Toker, İrem (2001-09-07)
In parallel to the increased demand for infrastructure projects, the number of foreign construction companies working in the Turkish construction market has increased considerably starting from the 1990s. Although Turkish construction market is known to be among the markets that have the highest growth potential, Turkey’s high risk rating shadows its attractiveness for foreign investors. As well as the necessity of foreign contractors to effectively manage the country risks, they also face with the challeng...
Optimal capital structure for build-operate-transfer power projects
Arıcı, Erdem; Arıkan, Metin S.; Department of Civil Engineering (2003)
Observing the deficiencies of traditional methods in meeting the demands of today̕s infrastructure development has been motivating countries towards privatization of these sectors. However, due to the differences in these sectors as compared to other businesses, privatization can not be performed without strict regulations. Today, concession agreements like BOT models seem the best way for solving the problems. Financing of concession agreements plays a key role. In Turkey, most BOT projects are financed by...
Seismic vulnerabilities and risks for urban mitigation planning in Turkey
Saner, Tugce Sonmez (2015-09-01)
Chronic seismic hazards and resulting secondary impacts as natural conditions of the country, and the loss of robust building and prudent settlement practices as aggravated by rapid population growth make cities the most vulnerable geographical and social entities in Turkey. For the development of risk reduction policies, an essential step is to prioritize settlements according to their vulnerability levels. This could be determined by hazard probabilities and attributes of the building stock of each settle...
Urban disaster risk management with compulsory earthquake insurance in Turkey
Taylan, Arzu; Balamir, Murat; Werner, Ute; Department of City and Regional Planning (2009)
Turkish Compulsory Earthquake Insurance (ZDS) introduced after the 1999 Earthquakes aimed to lower financial burdens of the State and to promote safer building construction. High earthquake risk in Turkey necessitates risk mitigation, in line with the priority of the new international policy. Yet, the ZDS system operates without regard to risk mitigation, and it is far from being a compulsory condition. The ZDS system has low penetration ratios due to expectations of State-aid in the event of a disaster, wh...
Sert Özkiremitçi, Merve; Balaban, Osman; Department of City and Regional Planning (2022-5-11)
The aim of this study is to discuss the effectiveness and efficiency of urban planning in reducing the risk of natural disasters in cities and to analyse the relationship between planning and disaster mitigation processes. The study focuses particularly on the analysis of Eskişehir case with reference to data and information on disaster risk analysis, existing urban development plans as well as the plan implementation processes. After the 1999 Gölcük and Düzce Earthquakes, Eskişehir has also faced and to a ...
Citation Formats
K. Saeed, M. T. Birgönül, and İ. Dikmen Toker, “Risk Identification in Public Private Partnership Projects,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/41391.