Risk Analysis of the Financial Viability of the New Denver Airport

by Daniel Brod, Hickling Corp, Silver Spring, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Infrastructure: Planning and Management


A risk analysis of the financial viability of the New Denver International Airport, conducted for the U.S. General Accounting Office, showed it highly unlikely that the new airport would not generate sufficient net revenues unacceptable levels. Given the limited resources available for major infrastructure projects and the public's demand for greater financial responsibility, risk analysis is invaluable for assessing the financial viability of projects and may, ultimately, contribute to reducing the cost of project finance.

Subject Headings: Construction management | Economic factors | Risk management | Revenues | Infrastructure | Public health and safety | Construction costs | Airports and airfields | Denver | Colorado | United States

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