Reworx | Feasibility studies
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experience, expertise and creativity

The Feasibility Study is a very strategic phase in which further steps need to be defined in a clear way and presented to investors, communities, the public, and the authorities; it is probably the phase in which experience, expertise and creativity play the greatest role.


With our mix of these capabilities, our team can deliver services able to satisfy all the parties involved. We are able to identify decommissioning and adaptive reuse options considering opportunities, constraints and fatal flaws. We are able to compare them under technical, economic, environmental and social perspectives. We can assess the feasibility of the chosen solutions, estimate the costs at the right degree of details, and communicate results with the right language to the stakeholders and to the shareholders.


We can report our results in formats that are familiar to financial institutions and regulators and inform, communicate or involve the affected communities to gather the social consensus avoiding conflicts and oppositions. We can sort out waste management, logistics and supply chain issues. We can perform the siting or identify the best corridors for associated facilities, temporary storage sites or landfills. We can simulate how the project will look like with renderings and we can think in advance about mitigation and compensation measures.


Moreover, we can prepare the legal register and the regulatory compliance plan to facilitate a smooth permitting and reduce the risk of non-compliances. Finally, we can plan next phases by writing down management plans, technical specifications and tender documents, and to preparing all the paperwork for the authorities and the financial institutions.

Typical services

– Preliminary Environmental and social impact assessment
– Scoping and options selection
– Quantity assessment
– Asset afterlife
– Project costs
– Stakeholders engagement