The engineering industry has surfed intense waves of prosperity and is keen to keep infrastructure projects on the fast track for years to come. For continued growth, governments will tend to stimulate investment projects that use the Finance Project as a way to separate the risks of the venture from the risks of shareholders; And thus, to enable their implementation. Many investments, especially in the areas of power generation and logistics, should be made in the coming years to ensure sustainable growth. Gradually governments have realized that Public-Private Partnership (PPP) contracts are the cheapest and only immediate solution to the obstacles.

The constant modification of the legislation as a way to create new environmental requirements, has a direct impact on the projects, forcing the engineering companies to adapt their plans to the new requirements. If these adaptations are not made correctly, they could make the structure or the economic result unfeasible, causing harm to those directly and indirectly involved, such as society.