KPMG is proud to be intricately involved in the development of this new city. The Infrastructure practice within KPMG in Mexico consists of some of the country’s leading practitioners who are combining their on-the-ground experience with the global network’s proven approaches to new city development to create and execute a practical, achievable and sustainable project plan. The team in Mexico is also supported by KPMG’s Global Cities Center of Excellence which works to identify and share global best practices in city development and administration.
“Given our proven experience supporting large-scale infrastructure projects in Mexico and the experience of KPMG professionals from around the world, our firm was uniquely positioned to help move this project from concept to reality,” said Alejandro Villarreal, a partner with KPMG in Mexico’s Infrastructure practice. “By leveraging our global talent and our Cities Center of Excellence, we were able to put forward a project team that could draw on real-life experience to support each stage of new city development.”
The Mexico firm was also appointed due to its integrated approach to client service which combines contracts, analysis, legal structures, technical and financial expertise for infrastructure projects; something that few other firms can deliver in Mexico. “By delivering professional services that our clients may need to develop a new city, we can help find gaps and overlaps that may otherwise have caused project delays and cost over-runs.”