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Asian Development Bank's "North America Contractors, Suppliers and Consultants Road Shows" arrives in Washington, DC

  • Sinfranova team members attended this event to better understand ADB practices regarding project design, market engagement, procurement, and contract management

  • In addition to the one in the USA, ADB will be conducting further road shows in Europe, Japan, Australia, and China

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) organized a series of events in North America to meet with contractors, suppliers, and large project management firms working in the energy, transport, agriculture, social, water, infrastructure, and urban sectors that have either previously participated or are interested in participating in ADB projects. The ultimate goal of these events was to better understand contractors' and suppliers' views on how ADB can make contract conditions more appealing to them. 

The agenda included a review of the current ADB contractor policies and the participation of suppliers from North America in ADB opportunities. Other topics covered during these face-to-face focus group 

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consultations included market interest, 

procurement evaluation methods, contract terms, and sustainable procurement. Additionally, participants had the opportunity to have individual consultations with ADB team members. 

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Cristina Contreras, Founder and Managing Director of Sinfranova, had the opportunity to participate in the event conducted by ADB in Washington, DC on February, 28th. Participating in this event allowed Sinfranova team members to identify how Sinfranova’s work aligns with what the ADB demands from contractors and suppliers to deliver quality and value-for-money projects.

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After Washington, DC, the Asian Development Bank will visit other USA destinations including Detroit (Michigan) and San Francisco (California). Following its North American roadshow, the ADB will conduct additional roadshows in Europe, Japan, Australia, and China.

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