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Applicability of BOOT projects in developing countries

Subash C. Das

Applicability of BOOT projects in developing countries

a studyofBOOT contract strategy as means of financing projects indevelopngcountries

by Subash C. Das

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


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StatementSubash C. Shah ; supervised by N.J. Smith.
ContributionsSmith, N. J., Civil and Structural Engineering.
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Open LibraryOL16434431M

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Analytical comparison between BOT, BOOT, and PPP project delivery systems ailing economies particularly those of the developing countries. Applied appositely, the Build Operate and Transfer.

Build–operate–transfer (BOT) or build–own–operate–transfer (BOOT) is a form of project delivery method, usually for large-scale infrastructure projects, wherein a private entity receives a concession from the public sector(or the private sector on rare occasions) to finance, design, construct, own, and operate a facility stated in the concession contract.

A typical structure of a BOOT project is shown in Fig. 3 below. Fig 3 Typical Structure of BOOT project (Source: McCarthy and Tiong, ) Build-Own-Operate (BOO) There are many similarities between BOOT and BOO concessions.

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