Contracts for Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) are the most common form of contracts used by the private sector to execute construction works for large-scale and complex infrastructure projects. Under an EPC contract, the contractor is obligated to deliver the complete facility to the developer, who only needs to turn the key to commence the facility’s operation. That’s why EPC contracts are sometimes referred to as turnkey construction contracts.

We undertake all functions of an EPC contractor:

E (engineering)

  • Develop an EPC contract and all necessary technical documentation.
  • Conduct the search, organization, and supervision of subcontractors.
  • Save the time of your company’s staff for the implementation of other projects.

P (procurement)

  • Handle the procurement of equipment necessary for construction.
  • Provide subcontractors with the appropriate material and technical base.
  • Bear all unforeseen contract costs associated with delays and increases in supplier prices.

C (construction)

  • We are responsible for all stages of the project on a “single-window” principle, where any organizational issues are resolved through the general contractor.
  • Calculate and take on any financial and legal risks.
  • Optimize work processes and reduce the commissioning period of the facility.