Antin Infrastructure Partners, an independent private equity firm focused on infrastructure investments, aims to raise €3 billion (US$3.19 billion) for its latest infrastructure fund.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Croatia
VTTI and Energia Naturalis Holding (ENNA) have signed an agreement for the purchase by VTTI of 70% of Adriatic Tank Terminal (ATT) in the Port of Ploce (Croatia), the main Adriatic deep-water port.
The joint venture formed by the Turkish company Global Ports Holding and the French firm Bouygues Batiment International have won the contract for the second phase of the modernization of a Passenger Terminal at the Port of Dubrovnik.
The Croatian Center for Monitoring Business Activities in the Energy Sector and Investments (CEI) has launched a tender process for the Town of Koprivnica schools PPP project.
The Government of the Republic of Croatia received bids for the Neuropsychiatric hospital Dr. Ivan Barbot and the General Hospital Varazdin on April 13th and April 14th.
The Croatian government has canceled the concession of the Croatian motorway network and will go for an initial public offering (IPO).
Government of the Republic of Croatia has launched two tender processes for the development of the Neuropsychiatric hospital Dr. Ivan Barbot and the General Hospital Varazdin.
The Croatian government has announced that it has received non-binding bids for the concession of the Croatian motorway network.
The Croatian government is considering rolling back the tender process, which was issued in October last year, to award the concession of the Croatian motorway network.
According to local sources, two groups could have submitted qualification documents for the concession of Croatian motorway network.
Aéroports de Paris Management, Bouygues Bâtiment International (a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction), TAV Airports, Viadukt (a Croatian construction company), the Marguerite Fund and IFC (a member of the World Bank Group), acting as the ZAIC-A Ltd consortium, owner of a 100% stake in the operating company MZLZ (MeÄ‘unarodna Zra?na Luka Zagreb d.d.), have signed the financing agreements with the lenders and the Croatian Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure for the Zagreb Airport concession.
Croatia's Center for Monitoring Business Activities in the Energy Sector and Investments has re-launched a tender process for financing, reconstruction, building, equipping, maintenance and management of the neuropsychiatric hospital, "Dr. Ivan Barbot" under a public - private partnership contract.
The Port of Sibenik Authority (PSA) in Croatia is implementing an infrastructure Rehabilitation Project of the Vrulje Quay in the port of Sibenik that will build four berths with a total length of 510 meters, of which two berths with total length of 325 meters. Berths are intended to host cruise ships and ships in the international and local passenger and ro-ro passenger maritime traffic. Investment is worth €12 million, and works are planned to finish in 2014.
The government expects to get 22.51 billion kunas (2.9 billion euros, $4.0 billion) from the concession for toll roads.