Proinversión receives bids for Lake Titicaca wastewater treatment project

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Peru’s Private Investment Promotion Agency has received technical and financial offers for the concession contract to construct and operate the Lake Titicaca wastewater treatment project in southeast Peru. 

The five prequalified bidders are Consorcio Aguas de Puno (Spain); Collas Consortium (France); FCC Aqualia (Spain); Public Works and Services Corporation - COPASA, Peru Branch (Spain), and Fypasa Consortium CV Construction and CV Ecosystem Operator (Mexico).

The project is expected to benefit more than 1.2 million Peruvians from the 10 localities (Moho, Huancané, Azángaro, Ayaviri, Lampa, Juliaca, Puno, Ilave, Juli and Yunguyo) located around Lake Titicaca, in the department of Puno.

The presented offers will be evaluated by the technical committee in the coming weeks. So far three top-level bidders are in competition for the concession of the Titicaca project: Consorcio Aguas de Puno (the proponent of the Private Initiative), made up of Spanish companies Tedagua and Acciona; Veolia Servicios Perú and FCC Aqualia companies.

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