Uruguay's Ministry of Transport and Public Works has received three bids for the execution of the Ferrocarril Central (Central Railway) project, which involves the construction and maintenance of a 273km railway between the Port of Montevideo and the city of Paso de los Toros.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Uruguay
The National Directive of Roads of Uruguay has announced that it has received two bids for the design, construction, operation and financing of National Route 3 from La Radial to San José PPP Project.
The Government of Uruguay, through its National Public Education Administration (ANEP) has launched a tender for the design, financing, construction and operation of 58 schools located across 17 departments - the fourth package of its schools PPP project.
The Ministry of Transport and Public Works (MTOP) of Uruguay has called for bids for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of the stretch of Route 3 that goes from La Radial to the city of San José, in the south of the country.
In January 2017, the National Agency for Public Education (ANEP - Administración Nacional de Educación Pública) and the Uruguayan Institute for Children and Adolescents (INAU - Instituo del Niño y Adolescente del Uruguay) launched a radical infrastructure development programme, encompassing 211 projects in the education sector, located throughout the country, with a total estimated investment of more than US$400 million. The authorities have now announced the third tender within the programme.
Uruguay's Ministry of Transport and Public Works (MTOP) announced on December 4 that the Central Railway Montevideo-Paso de los Toros PPP Project has been approved.
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.
Sacyr Concesiones has announced it has achieved financial close for the Road Corridors 21 and 24 in Uruguay.
Uruguay has received three offers for a school infrastructure project, the first education PPP in the country.
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.
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.
The Ministry of Transport and Public Works (MOPT) presented to the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF) the project of the 5th road corridor to be undertaken under PPP scheme. The MEF must evaluate the initiative and give the approval in order to launch the tender process.
The Global Infrastructure Hub launched its Project Pipeline to provide the private sector with free information about government infrastructure projects across the world.
The government of Uruguay will launch this November a tender process for the development of more than 50 schools through the public private partnership (PPP) model.
CAF, the Development Bank of Latin America has developed the Financial Trust Debt Fund for Infrastructure in Uruguay- CAF I, with the objective of channeling resources to finance infrastructure with senior long-term instruments.
Three consortia submitted proposals for the realization of the Fray Bentos - Algorta rail rehabilitation PPP project in Uruguay.
The Ministry of Transport and Public Works (MOPT) of Uruguay has received four proposals to carry the Rocha - Chuy route 9 and route 15 PPP project.
The government of Uruguay has launched a marked consultation for a school PPP project, which is part of a bigger program.
The Ministry of Transport and Public Works of Uruguay, Victor Rossi, has launched the tender process to develop the Route No. 14 PPP project.
The government of Uruguay has plans to launch a tender process for the development of more than 200 schools through the public private partnership (PPP) model.