Construction / Infrastructure Company Financial Model Template
Originally published: 05/01/2022 20:11
Publication number: ELQ-71773-1
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Construction / Infrastructure Company Financial Model Template

Framework to accurately forecast the financial statements of a Construction / Infrastructure company over the next 10 years.

Infrastructure construction and civil engineering companies build large buildings, bridges, dams, pipelines, road networks, ports, railways, and aqueducts. There are a number of segments within the infrastructure and construction industry, ranging from homebuilders to companies who support massive government-funded projects. Some projects can take years to build and can remain in service for decades.

This excel model is an effective tool to value any Construction/Infrastructure business. This model uses a detailed breakdown to estimate the company’s operating assumptions on order book, book to bill ratio, new orders and margin. The model then uses financial ratio analysis and contains a DCF valuation framework.
This financial model focuses on a DCF and reverse DCF valuation of a company in the Construction / Infrastructure industry. The highlights of this financial model are:

• Forecast of Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement and Financial Ratios over the next 10 years
• 10 years of historic financials to see previous trends in the business
• Detailed breakdowns to estimate sales, direct costs and indirect cost
• DCF and Reverse DCF Model
• Model key sheet for easy understanding of the model
• Sensitivity Analysis
• Executive Summary with a quick glance on the company’s key highlights

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Understanding business model of a construction/infrastructure company.

Valuation of any construction/infrastructure company.

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