Colombia seeks consultants for El Dorado airport

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Colombia seeks consultants for El Dorado airport

Colombia's National Aviation Authority, Aerocivil, and the National Infrastructure Agency, ANI, have launched tender processes for the development of El Dorado II airport in Bogota.

The government of Colombia is developing a second terminal on a separate site from the existing El Dorado airport. This expansion project has a total investment estimated at US$1.1 billion. The project is expected to be operational in five years.

The tender launched by Aerocivil involves the development of a master plan to develop the new airport, which is currently under construction.

The total contract value is estimated at P4.8 billion (US$1.82 million). Interested parties must submit their proposals on or before 30 March.

See bidding terms (Spanish):

https://www.contratos.gov.co/consultas/detalleProceso.do?numConstancia=15-15-3474398

The tender launched by ANI involves a study to design the financial and legal structure of a PPP model for the airport, which will have to incorporate the new terminal under construction.

The total contract value is estimated at P910 million (US$346,000). Interested parties must submit their proposals on or before 6 April.

Colombian Vice President Germán Vargas Lleras stated:

The idea is to structure the strategic, financial and legal components of an PPP project that integrates the existing El Dorado airport with the new El Dorado II.

See bidding terms (Spanish):

https://www.contratos.gov.co/consultas/detalleProceso.do?numConstancia=15-15-3474460

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