Chile-based road operator Intervial Chile S.A. has been selected as the preferred bidder for the concession contract of the "Concesión Vial Rutas del Loa" on PPP scheme.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Central and South America
Uruguay’s Ministry of Economy and Finance has launched the procurement process for a new P3 road known as Route 6. The contract comprises a 20 years period, counted from the signature of the act of taking possession.
The Puerto Rico Public-Private Partnerships Authority is seeking comments in connection with the draft Request for Qualifications for three projects. The tender process was launched on November 8, and the deadline for the submission of comments is Friday, November 17, 2017.
The government of Ecuador has given green light to the Guayaquil Southern Viaduct, to be structured under PPP scheme.
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional (FDN) have signed an agreement equivalent to approximately US$200 million to promote infrastructure investments in Colombia.
A list of highway projects have been presented to the public-private partnership (PPP) unit of Argentina's finance ministry. The initiatives entail 7,277km of roadworks to be develop under a PPP model and require investment of US$16.7 billion over the next 15 years.
The Public Works Ministry of Paraguay (MOPC) intends to save a US$149 million PPP tender for the modernization and expansion of the Silvio Pettirossi international airport. The government office has requested the country's highest court to rule on the comptroller's recommendation to cancel the process.
Arteris, Abertis's Brazilian subsidiary, has signed the concession agreement of Via Paulista; which lays on 35 municipalities in different regions in the state of São Paulo.
Chile's Ministry of Public works (MOP) has receives a total of three bids for the concession contract of the "Concesión Vial Rutas del Loa" on PPP scheme.
The government of Puerto Rico has released three separate draft request for qualifications (RFQs) seeking interest from qualified firms for projects involving a parking modernization, student housing, and maritime services. The projects will be structured under PPP scheme.
The government of Chile, through the Ministry of Public Works (MOP), has released a legal announcement opening the international public tender process for the execution, repair, conservation and operation of the project known as Route 66 - Camino de la Fruta through the concessions system.
Chile's Undersecretariat of Telecommunications (SUBTEL) has awarded CTR, in association with Huawei Marine, the contract for the submarine part and one of three terrestrial stretches of the much anticipated Fibra Austral, a fiber optic project to connect the far south of the country.
Diario Oficial de la República de Chile has published a legal announcement opening the international public tender process for the execution, repair, conservation and operation of the project known as Route 66 - Camino de la Fruta through the concessions system.
The government of Ecuador has released the Guayaquil's Port Development Plan that will see more than US$1billion in investments in port PPPs during the next decades.
ARTESP, the Regulatory Agency for Transport Public Services of the State of São Paulo, has launched a tender process to seek a private partner to develop a road project under its Concession Program.
The Brazilian government has sold operating licenses for four hydroelectric dams with a total value of nearly US$4 billion.
Brazilian toll road operator Invepar has formalized the request for the return of a road concession together with the National Transportation Agency Terrestrial (ANTT).
Honduras' public-private partnership promotion agency, Coalianza and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Works (Insep) have awarded the Western Corridor Highway CA-4 PPP project.
The Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) a member of the IDB Group is negotiating with the SPV behind the Santander de Quilichao - Popayán highway PPP to join lenders on the US$513-million financing package for the project.
A consortium led by Sacyr Concesiones has started negotiations for a US$50 million bridge loan and a US$500 million financial close for the Routes 2 and 7 in Paraguay.