The tender for the works will be launched next month. The initiative entails the construction and maintenance of 273km of railways between capital Montevideo and the city of Paso de los Toros.
The government of the Brazilian state plans to privatize some 300km of highways.
A "strategic operator" would pledge to invest approximately US$100mn in a northern power utility.
Outlook for the two state water companies is negative though, while the ratings for Copasa and Embasa stay the same.
Land for the complex in the Antofagasta region was allocated in 2014, but the project has since suffered delays.
The power failure was caused by heavy rain in the center-south regions of the country. At one point 300,000 families were without electricity.