Business Cases and Feasibility Studies

Keston Technologies has extensive knowledge and expertise of regional development, stakeholder consultation and analysis, feasibility and business case development. We work across a range of sectors – sporting groups, local government projects and community-based organisations.  

Typically, a business case will include a range of content:

Over recent years, Keston Technologies and associates have undertaken a range of business case developments for a range of community and commercial projects, including major business cases for:

  • Salinity engineering solutions in the Wheatbelt,
  • Faculty developments in the University of Western Australia and the University of Sydney,
  • Affordable housing across nine LGAs throughout the Great Southern region of Western Australia, including Broomehill-Tambellup, Cranbrook, Gnowangerup, Jerramungup, Katanning, Kent, Kojonup, Plantagenet and Woodanilling.
  • Livestock saleyards at Muchea on behalf of the WA Meat Industry Authority,
  • Sports and recreation developments in the City of Albany and the Shires of Broomehill-Tambellup, Denmark and Katanning,
  • Seniors accommodation in the Shires of Kojonup and Plantagenet,
  • Student accommodation in the City of Albany,
  • Tourism development projects in the City of Albany and the Shires of Denmark, Katanning and Kojonup in the Great Southern and Collie, Margaret River and Pemberton in the South West,
  • The Katanning sheep saleyards,
  • On behalf of the Great Southern Development Commission, business cases for a range of projects, including developments at the Port of Albany, the extension of the Bunbury to Albany Gas Pipeline and major tourism trails..
  • Business cases for a range of biotechnology and pharmaceutical plant developments in Europe.

And feasibility studies for:

  • An Early Childhood Hub in the Shire of Katanning,
  • Student accommodation in the City of Albany,
  • A road construction and maintenence organisation,
  • A Malting Plant development in the Great Southern,
  • The Gnowangerup Community and Training Centre.
  • Various community and sport and recreation feasibility studies.

Keston technologies' track record is based on:

  • Thorough and robust needs assessments and feasibility studies, informing well-argued business cases.
  • An in-depth knowledge of regional development priorities and needs.
  • An understanding of economic factors, including the development of cost-benefit analyses for projects.
  • An understanding of funding schemes and requirements.
  • Robust and targeted stakeholder analysis and consultation tools founded on robust social research principles.

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