November 6, 2017 |
The Sao Paulo government will hold meetings showcasing its concession project for the North Section of the Mario Covas Beltway, a statement from the Sao Paulo state transportation agency Artesp.
Artesp said state government representatives will meet investors in France, Italy and Spain from November 6 through 10, presenting technical and financial aspects of the 30-year concession.
The project will cost roughly BRL1.78bn ($538.3m), comprising BRL582m in construction costs and BRL1.2bn in opera
State government representatives market an infrastructure concession opportunity