Studije izvedivosti i projektnih aplikacija za eu fondove


Feasibility studies and cost-benefit analysis are a mandatory part of project documentation necessary for co-financing from EU funds, particularly infrastructural projects. Their purpose is to determine whether a project from the point of public interest, is a preferred investment. The feasibility studies, according to stipulated methodology, analyse all the benefits and costs of a project and thus provide justification for its financing from public funds.

IPZ Uniprojekt MCF and IPZ Uniprojekt TERRA and our team of experts have extensive experience in preparing feasibility studies for the implementation of waste management projects in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

Project application is the final document in the project preparatory phase which in a structured approach indicates all relevant data from previously drafted projects and study documentation, and the project is submitted to competent authorities for evaluation of the viability of financing or EU grants. For smaller projects, such as remediation and closure of local landfills, shorter and quicker procedures for drafting project documentation for the purpose of applying for funding are used. Instead of separate feasibility studies and project applications, an Extended Project Application is done, consisting of Application Form A (published on the Internet) and the Application Form B for which then a cost-benefit analysis is performed.

Our services include the preparation of Extended Project Applications and professional assistance in the project assessment and application procedure right up to the signing of the contract on awarding the grants.