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Feasibility studies from Mendes junior selected for Sao Paulo hospitals

🕔 May 9, 2013
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On May 6th 2013, the State of São Paulo, through the Department of Health held a public hearing to present the project guidelines for  a public-private partnership for the construction of new hospitals in the state of Sao Paulo.

The terms of the concession will be 20 years. The estimated investment will be R$ 692,7million (US$ 345 million).Four hospitals are included in the package:
  • Hospital Estadual de São José dos Campos;
  • Hospital Estadual de Sorocaba;
  • Hospital Centro de Referência da Saúde da Mulher - HCRSM;
  • CERTOO - Centro de Reabilitação e Tratamento dos Olhos e Ouvidos (Complexo Hospital da Clinicas - USP).

The Request for Expressions of Interest was published in November 2012 and over 20 companies had been registered. Three companies finally submitted the studies requested by the State: Norberto Odebrecht S / A; Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Consultores Ltda., And Mendes Junior Trading and Engineering S / A.

On 25 April 2013, the feasibility studies presented by Mendes Junior Trading & Engineering SA were selected by the Conselho Gestor do Programa Estadual de Parcerias Público-Privadas (CGPPP) and will be considered the benchmark for the future bidding of the mentioned PPP projects.

Studies of Mendes Júnior were used almost completely (82.25%). The company will be reimbursed by the winning bidder R$ 4,112,500.00. Only 2% of the studies of Norberto Odebrecht S / A will be utilized, representing the amount of R$ 100,000.00.

Source: O Observatório das Parcerias Público Privadas

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