March 20, 2017 |
Colombia's infrastructure agency ANI receives offers from Chinese, Israeli and Spanish developers for the $515m highway concession
Three bidders have presented offers for the Cucuta-Pamplona highway concession in Colombia, the latest auction in the third round of the 4G infrastructure program.
The national infrastructure agency ANI said it received proposals from a team comprising Spain's Cintra and Israel's Shikun & Binui, along with a competing offer from the local civil engineering division of China Constriction America (CCA) and another from Spain's Sacyr.
ANI puts the estimated project costs for the 170km road above COP1.5tn ($515m).
Sacyr has stakes in three 4G projects – the COP2.24tn Autopista al Mar 1, the COP2.32tn Pasto-Rumichaca highway and the COP1.24tn Puerto de Hierro-Cruz del Viso highway.