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The project required an investment of US$21mn and entailed widening a 3.9km section of the road to two lanes. The newly opened stretch is expected to benefit 300,000 users.
Two other bidders were disqualified during the technical evaluation of the offers for the project, which entails paving 277km of a road dubbed the "Bioceanic Corridor".
Grupo Metropolitano de Agua y Saneamiento, of which the troubled Brazilian company forms part, is the operator of water and sewage services in the Veracruz and Medellín municipalities of Veracruz state.
The works will require an investment of US$10mn and include the expansion of a local canal and construction of new bridges, among other tasks.
The financial closing of the project to build the so-called Centro Cívico Gubernamental government complex has yet to be completed, according to reports.
The tender would call for the rehabilitation and operation of the country's Escuintla-Puerto Quetzal highway, which would be turned into a toll road.