Airport Express Metro Line: Infrastructure Project Financing and Implementation Through Public Private Partnership Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

The case describes the delivery of an urban public transportation project through a public private partnership (PPP). Dr. E. Sreedharan was made the managing director of the corporation. DMRC successfully finished phase I of the MRTS in 2006. The government further mandated DMRC to execute phase-II of the MRTS project. The Japanese Bank of International Cooperation (JBIC) supplied soft loans for both periods of the job, which were being implemented and commissioned through normal engineering and procurement contracts (EPC). Meanwhile, the city of Delhi got the mandate to host the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010.

The time line available for the AEML endeavor was less than three years. At exactly the same corresponding time, JBIC monetary help was not available for this particular endeavor. Dr. Sreedharan was therefore confronting the challenges of project financing and its timely delivery. The case argues various options available to DMRC for project financing and timely conclusion of the AEML job under PPP manner.

PUBLICATION DATE: November 25, 2011 PRODUCT #: W11529-PDF-ENG

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