The Colombian National Infrastructure Agency (ANI) has announced that two consortia have submitted bids for the Pacific Connection highway concession 1 (Autopistas de la Prosperidad).
The two consortia are the following:
The project includes the stretch Ancón Sur- Camilo Cé-Bolombolo. It has an estimated investment of US$1.06 billion, with a total length of 46 kilometers, with 20 bridges and two tunnels.
The project is part of the nine concessions that comprise Autopistas para la Prosperidad highway project. Total investments will exceed 13 trillion pesos (US$7.1 billion) and will feature contributions from the national government through the ANI, the Government of Antioquia and the Government of Medellín.
The first five concessions will have an estimated investment of 6.4 trillion (US$3.15 billion) pesos. The other four projects are: Connection North highway concession, Magdalena River Highway Concession 2, Pacific Connection highway concession 2, and Pacific Connection highway concession 3.