UIPC has also forayed into the domain of sports infrastructure in the backdrop of the upcoming Commonwealth games in Delhi in 2010. It has become increasingly clear that a concerted effort and a partnership between the public and private sectors is imperative for creation and sustainability of sports infrastructure, so far neglected by both sectors. IL&FS and UIPC are pursuing initiatives with various State Governments to develop sustainable social infrastructure projects in a Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) framework. UIPC has identified social infrastructure as a key sectoral vertical in its business development plan and is actively seeking more mandates in education and healthcare.
UIPC offers comprehensive process management in a phased manner to deliver social infrastructure projects in a PPP framework. In the first phase, UIPC typically explores the techno-economic feasibility of the project from the point of view of private sector participation and recommends appropriate PPP structures to its Government clients. In the second phase, UIPC takes on the bid process management on behalf of the client to ensure effective marketing of the project to potential bidders and transparent, credible procurement processes.