The IEDG Difference

IEDG supports boards, investors, executive leadership and organizations in the development of mining, power, oil & gas and infrastructure projects.

We provide an innovative way for clients to navigate the complex challenges of developing and executing capital projects and programs. We help them minimize risk and achieve project objectives by providing high value expertise and scalable management services.

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Does this sound familiar?

  • "Our capital project could make or break the company, but it seems out of control. The project team keeps asking for more money, it’s behind schedule, and there is no end in sight..."
  • "I’m not sure I am getting a full unbiased picture of our project/ capital portfolio –I’m concerned our capital investment is in jeopardy."
  • "We have a small management team and have hired a big engineering/ construction company to manage our study/ EPCM work but I’m not sure they are looking out for our best interests."
  • "Our project teams reinvent the wheel every time there’s a new project. There’s no consistency or standard processes, tools or metrics. Even a few percent savings from one project to the next could be worth millions of dollars to our bottom line..."
  • "Our company’s full-time project management team is costing us more than our small project can really afford. Surely there’s a better way to do this."

IEDG was formed to help our clients with exactly these issues...

Sectors

IEDG holds deep experience across a broad spectrum of industries. Our team members have been involved in groundbreaking projects in each sector and we are uniquely qualified and committed to help set your venture up to deliver results and project certainty.

Our Team

The team of IEDG associates are proven leaders, with diverse backgrounds heading world class teams and projects across six continents.

INSIGHTS Blog

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INTERFACES ARE KEY TO LARGE PROJECT SUCCESS

Projects in their essence are completed by an assembly of contributors who each complete their effort, and then pass their deliverables on to the next contributor.
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TENETS OF GOOD OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT, OFTEN A RECIPE FOR PROJECT FAILURE

A RECIPE FOR PROJECT FAILURE. BUSINESS AS USUAL

The project management team had no shortage of smart, experienced, motivated people who understood the project and the business.
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S CURVES ARE A PROJECTS BEST CRYSTAL BALL

"S" CURVES ARE A PROJECT'S BEST CRYSTAL BALL

During the height of the telecommunications infrastructure development in 2000, this team was charged with building a 560 mile.
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MEASUREMENT AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

When investors think about laying out hundreds of millions or billions of dollars for a new project or refurbishment, they are keenly interested in cash flow requirements, time frames and returns on investment.
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PROJECTS GATES: MINIMIZING THE INVESTMENT RISKS

Investors and boards interested in developing a new project but concerned about making sure their money is being spent well have a common dilemma.

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A SOLUTION FOR BIG PROJECTS

Nothing is more frustrating than dedicating hundreds of millions or billions of dollars to a project and getting it kicked off only to find out half way through that the final bill will cost 10 or 15 percent more than you had earmarked and the schedule has been delayed a year or two.
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