Sacyr Concesiones has announced the close of financing of its two concessions in Mexico. The company has secured EUR86 million (US$100.82 million) for the Tlahuac hospital in Mexico City from the Mexican development bank Banobras, and another EUR86 million from Banco Interacciones for the Pirámides-Tulancingo-Pachuca highway.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Mexico
The private investment arm of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Inter-American Investment Corporation, has approved a US$200 million loan for the construction of a thermal solid waste treatment plant in Mexico City being developed through a public-private partnership.
The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) of Mexico has announced the bidding rules for proposals for the development of the Ixtepec Potencia – Yautepec Potencia transmission project, which includes the first direct current transmission line. The project represents an estimated investment of US$1.7 billion and will enter into commercial operation in the year 2021.
The Government of Mexico has started the tender process for the Baja California Transmission Line project. The tender is seeking a developer to design, finance, build and operate a 1,400 km transmission line linking Seri, in the state of Sonora, in north-east Mexico, to Cucapáh in the state of Baja California.
Mexico's Institute for Social Security and Services for State Workers (ISSSTE) has awarded a consortium led by Sacyr Concesiones the concession of the new General Hospital of the South Regional Delegation of Mexico City.
Mexico's Social Security Institute (IMSS) has awarded the contract for a new 90-bed general hospital in the city of Atlacomulco, north west of the state of Mexico.
Mexico’s Secretariat of Transport and Communications (SCT) has signed contract for three 20-year terminals at the Port of Veracruz.
Four consortia have submitted bids for the Garcia General Regional Hospital PPP, located in the region of Nuevo León, Mexico.
WSP Global Inc. has announced that it is pursuing its expansion in Latin America through the acquisition of Poch, a 730-employee professional services firm based in Chile. The firm has additional offices in Peru, Colombia and Mexico.
The General Directorate of Road Maintenance in Mexico has awarded Sacyr Concesiones its first Public Private Partnership (PPP) project in the country: a 91.5-km road between Pirámides, Tulancingo and Pachuca, worth MXN3,929 million (US$221 million).
Magenta Infraestructura has filed a request to modify the offer launched over the public shares of OHL México.
Veolia, through its subsidiary Proactiva Medio Ambiente Mexico S.A. de C.V., has won the public call for tenders published by the government of Mexico City and just signed the contract to Design, Build, and Operate the first Waste to Energy facility in Latin America.
Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste, (ASUR), the first privatized airport group in Mexico, has announced it has signed agreements to acquire the controlling interest in two Colombian airport operators.
Altán Redes, the consortium in charge of the development of the Red Compartida telecom system PPP in Mexico, has reached the financial close for the project. The total funding commitments have reached US$ 2.3 billion.
The Mexican government has announced the Mexican Public Private Partnership Projects Plan for the construction, rehabilitation, operation and maintenance of several infrastructure projects in the country, with an overall estimated investment of US$3 billion.
A Mexican-Spanish conglomerate led by Cicsa (Carlos Slim’s Construction company) and Spanish companies Acciona and FCC have signed the contract to develop the new terminal at Mexico City Airport.
Mexico’s Ministry of Communications and Transport (SCT) has signed the contract for the Shared Network broadband project.
CAAAPITAL and Shanghai Ventures, through its structuring and commercial partner, Intelegis, have announced the launch of DG Energy Capital, a private equity fund that will provide innovative financial solutions for developers in Mexico’s distributed solar generation market.
Governments of Latin America to discuss investment opportunities for energy projects – Washington, D.C March 2017
Latin American public and private sector leaders will address countries’ policies and strategies to engage investors and stimulate open discussions. 250 energy developers, financiers and public sector stakeholders are expected to attend the meeting from North America and countries across Latin America.
The Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) has re-launched the tender process for a new hospital PPP project located in Bahía de Banderas, Nayarit state, Mexico.