Feasibility Study

The Feasibility Study provides clients with an extremely detailed, comprehensive analysis of project feasibility. The study includes a description of the project plan, methodology and background, products and services offered by the facility, strategic partnerships, a detailed market analysis, an analysis of comparable facilities, an overview of financial projections, and recommendations for project development.

The Feasibility Study is used by clients seeking the support of outside funding sources who require a detailed and comprehensive analysis of project feasibility. The best feasibility advisors leave “no stone unturned” to provide a full feasibility analysis, arming clients with all the relevant information needed to acquire funding.

Public clients will receive a report that is focused on understanding the total feasibility for a municipal sports complex to improve local recreation options and/or generate economic impact through sports tourism while also focusing on cost-containment strategies to reduce the long-term impacts of increased debt payments and ongoing operational subsidy on the municipality’s budget.

Private clients will receive a report that hones in on the total feasibility of a specific sports business based on proven industry metrics for financial success, national benchmarks, and key performance indicators.

The first step to getting started with your feasibility study is to give us a call. Today’s the day to get your project started. (727) 474-3845

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The SFA Difference

SFA’s feasibility study is tailored to be read by the highest level sources of investment and financing. Each study is based on industry-leading data and SFA’s vast experience determining the feasibility of youth and amateur sports, recreation, wellness, and entertainment facilities. SFA’s feasibility studies are relied upon by some of the largest and most prominent funding sources in the world. At the close of the 8-14 week project, the client will receive a 60-80 page narrative report (not including the appendix, which includes data and analysis used in the study).