The Peruvian Private Investment Promotion Agency (ProInversión) has awarded to the Italian based company Terna Plus the concession contract for the Aguaytía-Pucallpa Transmission project on PPP.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Central and South America
Peruvian government has canceled a US$525 million contract with a Peruvian-Argentine consortium to build El Chinchero International Airport near the city of Cusco because of financing concerns.
The City of Rio de Janeiro has signed a contract with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to help structure and implement a public-private partnership (PPP) to build and maintain approximately 130 new schools, providing thousands of children with access to a pre-school and kindergarten education.
The Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) continues to support energy generation from renewable sources in Uruguay with the approval of a US$56 million financing package for a 500 Kv transmission line between the cities of Melo and Tacuarembó.
Guatemala's Agencia Nacional de Alianzas para el Desarrollo de la Infraestructura Económica (ANADIE) has received four proposals from international consulting firms to carry out technical, financial, legal and environmental studies on La Aurora Airport Upgrade PPP Project.
The State of São Paulo has launched a new program aimed to support São Paulo municipalities interested in street lighting PPP projects.
The Government of Puerto Rico has released a list of P3 projects that will involve private finance and other additional projects under review.
Colombia's National Infrastructure Agency (ANI) has announced the plans for the modernization and expansion of the Rafael Nuñez Internation Airport (Cartagena Airport) under PPP scheme.
Costa Rica’s Ministry of Public Works and Transportation (MOPT) has announced that it is considering an unsolicited prefeasibility study for the San José metro system.
Paraguay's Public Works and Communications Ministry (MOPC), has asked the country's comptroller to review its recommendation to declare the tender for the modernization and expansion of Asuncion's Silvio Pettirossi international airport null and void.
Nine firms have submitted bids for the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA) public-private partnership in Jamaica.
The State of Bahia, through the Ministry of Urban Development (SEDUR), has launched the tender process for Salvador light train project under PPP scheme.
Brookfield Business Partners L.P. and Sumitomo Corp. have together completed the acquisition of a 70% controlling stake in the core water, wastewater and industrial water treatment business of Odebrecht Ambiental, for a total investment of US$908 million. Under its new ownership, the business will be renamed BRK Ambiental.
The government of Guatemala, through the PRONACOM programme, has launched a tender process to seek an advisor for the modernization of La Aurora Airport.
Chile's Ministry of Public works (MOP) has re-launched the tender process for the concession contract of the "Concesión Vial Rutas del Loa".
The government of Uruguay has launched the the tender process for the development of 23 schools, 9 tech education centers and 10 sports centers, which is part of the second package of Uruguay's School PPP plan.
Arteris, Abertis’ subsidiary in Brazil, has won the contract for the development of the Itaporanga-Franca Lot, Rodovias dos Calcados (Road of the Shoes) road under PPP scheme.
Two months after launching the new PPP law, the Government of Argentina will undertake the first contract through public-private partnership involving a housing project.
The Chilean Ministry of Public Works (MOP) has received three bids for the Diego Aracena de Iquique International Airport in Tarapacá Region.
Colombia's National Infrastructure Agency (ANI) has awarded the Cúcuta – Pamplona highway to Spanish developer Sacyr.