Life Cycle Assessment
Malaysian biomass life cycle projection
Key to any major infrastructure project is projecting its cost or
value over it's life cycle, so we develop standards-based projections
that integrate financial and environmental dimensions.
We have taught Life Cycle Valuation internationally for CaGBC and two
Canadian universities, advised BC's executive and provided guidance on
capital planning for BC Treasury Board. The largest life cycle model
we led was implemented and originally expected to save the province of BC C$7bn
(in 2018 exceeding ±C$11bn).
- "This is more sophisticated than I have seen from any of the
major accounting firms" - Tony Guglielmin following his
review/audit of one of our life cycle models. Former CFO Canada Line
project, a $1.7bn P3, CFO, Ballard Engineering.
- "Not only are you right, but I had better check what we're
teaching our students because I think we're wrong. If any
questions it tell them to call me." - Michael Goldberg on
review/audit of one of our models. Dr Goldberg is Dean
Emeritus, University of BC Sauder School of Business and former
head, Universitas 21, a collaboration of 21 universities setting real
estate and economic education standards.
For a Malaysian company, remodelled their proposed biomass and waste
processing project exceeding 1,000 tonnes per day to optimize value.
In Canada, developed a projection for a comprehensive IRM model to
integrate liquid and solid waste, including risk and sensitivity
analysis, GHG models, with 1,800 cash flows. For the Government of
Canada, confidential review of leases, contracts and operating models
for an internationally-renowned asset, completing sensitivity analysis
and life cycle review with recommendations on strategic restructuring.