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Report of Investment Project Feasibility Study
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The concept of the feasibility study report
Feasibility study report,
referred to feasibility report which is to go through comprehensive research, analysis and demonstration of a construction or renovation project, some research before production, infrastructure, research and pre-plan and then put forward a viable written business material.
Project feasibility study report
is to make research and analysis and comparison on the project through the main and supporting conditions, such as market demand, resource supply, construction scale, technological process, equipment selection, environmental impact, financing, profitability, etc.from the aspects of technical, economic, engineering, etc.,and makeeconomic ,financial and social impact prediction after completion of the project, , and to recommend whether the project is worth investing and how to carry out construction advice, providing the basis for the project a comprehensive decision-making analytical methods. Feasibility study has the characteristics of the predictability, fairness, reliability, scientific.

The role of the feasibility study report:

1.
The basis of Construction project feasibility studies, review, decision-making.
2.
The basis of Preparation of the design plan and preliminary design.
3. The basis to raise funds, apply for loans to banks an important basis.
4.
The basis ofApplying for special funds to the relevant department in charge for special funds.
5.
The basis ofStock offerings, to the SFC for the stock market.
6.
The basis ofAcquisition of the land, the land sector, development zones, industrial parks for land application.
7.
The basis ofAnd departments related to the project signed a cooperation and coordination on contract or agreement.
8.
The basis ofThe introduction of technology, import equipment for negotiations with foreign countries.
9.
The basis ofThe environmental sector review on the environmental impact of the project.

The basic framework and analysis
method of the report:

The first chapter, the
summary of project
Background general discussion, the main technical and economic indicators, conclusions and recommendations

The second
Chapter Project Background and Necessity
Analysis of macro and micro projects proposed and industrial development background, with qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze the necessity of investing companies.

Chapter III, the market forecast and the scale of construction
A questionnaire survey, sample survey methods such as market research and accurate analysis of current market conditions, the use of expert meetings, Delphi, so on qualitative analysis and forecasting time series, causal analysis, quantitative analysis method to predict the market, through competition Comparison of force, strategic trend analysis, the Boston matrix, SWOT analysis, marketing strategy and determine the project strategy corporate marketing, internal rate of return by investing the difference method, net present value method, the minimum cost method for quantitative analysis to determine the project's products, programs and the scale of construction, the use of cost-oriented pricing, demand-oriented pricing, competition-oriented pricing and other methods to determine sales price.

Chapter IV, building conditions and site selection
Conditions through the engineering and construction investment costs compared to determine the site plan.

Chapter V, engineering technology programs
Scoring method used, the investment benefit evaluation method to determine the project's technical program, with the payback period method, investment rate of return method, operating cost, life cycle method to determine the project's equipment program, through technical and economic indicators, general layout costs, demolition comparing the program to determine the project's general layout program.

Chapter VI, energy saving and environmental protection
From the architectural design, building structure, layout, equipment selection, process energy-saving projects such aspects the program, from equipment selection, process, comprehensive utilization of water-saving programs discussed in the project, from project construction and operation of the project two environmental protection measures discussed in the project area and the impact on the environment situation.

Chapter VII, labor protection, safety and hygiene, fire
From hazards, construction, project operation projects such aspects of labor protection and safety and health measures, from architectural design, functional layout, graphic design projects such aspects of fire safety measures.

Chapter VIII, business organizations and labor manning
According to the existing organization of business and industry, advanced management experience, the use of labor productivity and other methods to determine the organizational structure and work and personnel situation, and based on the production scheduling, staff posts and the situation and human resources development and personnel training programs.

Chapter IX, the project implementation schedule
Features based on industry experience and business arrangements for project implementation plans and progress.

Chapter X, Investment and Financing
Construction unit investment estimation method, unit-kind engineering estimation methods estimate the cost of the construction project, the use of equipment, transport equipment, miscellaneous estimates the original price plus cost of equipment purchase, equipment purchase cost base to estimate the production of furniture, appliances and tools acquisition cost, based on purchase of equipment cost ratio method used to determine the installation cost of the project, according to charging documents state estimates construction on other charges, using the full estimation method estimates the liquidity required for the project liquidity.
Internal rate of return through investment, payback period, financing costs compared to determine the project's financing package.

Chapter XI, financial analysis and sensitivity analysis
Use of time value of money on the project financial evaluation methods, the use of uncertainty analysis, breakeven analysis, determine the project's anti-risk ability and level of preservation.

Chapter XII and social analysis
Impact on society through the project, location of each project and two adaptive analysis of the social benefits of the project to ensure that the project meet the requirements of social development.

Chapter XIII, risk analysis
Through technology and product risks, market risks, raw materials, natural resources or supply channels of risk, policy risk, financing risk, etc. sustained risk analysis, and the corresponding risk response mechanism, increase their risk awareness and improve the anti-project risks.

Chapter XIV, the feasibility study conclusions and recommendations

Accessories
1, the project undertaker business license, legal copy of the certificate
2, local planning, land, environmental protection and other departments supporting documentation on the project
3, check for new search reports
4, the test report
5, related intellectual property rights, copies of patented technology
6, its own funds certificates of deposit
7, related to bank loan commitments
8, other relevant evidence
9, the project financial analysis report
According to the needs of Note: The above is only a preliminary framework for the content of the specific implementation of the project is adjusted according to customer demand 

Service Process:
1. Customer inquiries, both the initial communication;
2. Both parties reporting fees, and the signing of business contracts;
3. We confidentiality (or sign a confidentiality agreement), the submission of information