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MegaProject 536: Colombia's ANI awards Neiva - Girardot road concession

🕔 September 15, 2015

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Colombia's national infrastructure agency, ANI, has awarded the Neiva - Girardot road concession to Sociedad Futura Autovía Neiva - Girardot.

The wining consortium is composed of CSS Constructores S.A., Controladora de Operaciones de Infraestructura S.A. (a subsidiary of Empresas ICA S.A. de C.V.) and Alca Ingeniería.

The project involves the development of a road stretching 193 km. Specifically, the preferred bidder will have to:

  • develop a 76 km two-lane road between Girardot and Saldaña, and Aipe and Neiva,
  • develop a new 21.3 km stretch between Neiva and Juncal
  • upgrade the existing 171 km road

The total project investment is estimated at P$798 billion (US$257.9 million).

We have recently reported about several road PPP projects in the country. Last week ANI approved the "Magdalena River highway 1" PPP project as a private initiative.

Additionally, during the last 30 days we have reported on the commercial closure of the Sea highway 1 'Autopista al Mar 1′ PPP project and the Santa Ana - Mocoa - Neiva highway PPP project.

During the same period financial close was achieved for three road projects in the country (Girardot-Puerto SalgarCartagena - Barranquilla and Pacific Connection highway concession 3) and final bids were submitted for the Sea highway 2  "Autopista al Mar 2".

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