The Slovak Ministry of Finance has approved a public-private partnership model to build a new prison in central-southern Slovakia, in Rimavská Sobota; though the initiative still has to be approved by the Cabinet.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Slovakia
Ferrovial, through subsidiary Cintra Infraestructuras, has achieved financial closure of the Bratislava ring road PPP project , in Slovakia. The total projected investment is €975 million (US$1.1 billion).
Zero Bypass Limited is the project company composed of Ferrovial, through its subsidiary Cintra, Australian group Macquarie, and Austrian construction company Porr.
Slovakia's Transport Ministry plans to sign the public private partnership (PPP) agreement to develop the beltway around Bratislava soon.
Spain's Ferrovial, through its subsidiary Cintra, Australian group Macquarie, and Austrian construction company Porr comprise the consortium chosen as preferred bidder by the Slovakia Ministry of Transport to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the beltway around Bratislava, for €1.01 billion (US$1.09 billion).
A consortium composed of Cintra, Macquarie and Porr has emerged as preferred bidder for the D4 - R7 expressways public private partnership (PPP) project in Slovakia.
Best and final offers (BAFO) have been submitted for the D4 - R7 expressways PPP project in Slovakia.
The total project investment is estimated at €1.4 billion (US$1.5 billion) and the EBRD is considering providing a €150 million (US$161 million) loan to finance the development of the 59 km road.
The European Investment Bank (EIB) on August 19th announced on its website that the Slovakian government has made a request to get EIB's financing for the D4 - R7 expressways PPP project.
According to sources, the Transport, Construction and Regional Development Ministry of Slovakia has shortlisted four teams for the D4 - R7 expressways PPP project.
The Justice Ministry of Slovakia is considering to develop and upgrade prisons through public private partnership (PPP) projects.
The Slovak Health Ministry has received proposals form seven bidders to develop a new university hospital in Bratislava (NUHB) through a PPP project.
In October last year we reported that the MoH SK published the list of bidders for the project:
The 60 km road project involves the development of a section of the D4 highway set to form the Bratislava bypass, along with the sections of the R7 expressway.
The Transport, Construction and Regional Development ministry of Slovakia has reported that a final decision on whether to proceed with the D4 - R7 expressways PPP project will be announced on January 2015.
The Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic (MoH SK) has announced that 19 firms have qualified for the development of a new university hospital in Bratislava (NUHB) through a PPP project.
The consortium is composed by PwC, the law firm White & Case and the Obermeyer Corporate Group, which deals with technical preparation. Two of the fourteen teams interested in the tender process qualified for the final round, but only the PwC-led consortium submitted a final bid in May 2014.
The Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic (MoH SK) has issued a prior information notice (PIN) to hire advisors to develop a new university hospital in Bratislava (NUHB) through a PPP project.
Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund 4 (MEIF4) has agreed to buy a 100% stake in the Slovak incumbent telco Towercom from Hampden Investments for an undisclosed fee.
The Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic (MoH SK) has issued a request for expressions of interest (RFEOI) to develop a new university hospital in Bratislava (NUHB) through a PPP project.