Colombia receives 3 bids for US$515mn highway project

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Friday, March 17, 2017

Colombia's infrastructure agency ANI has opened three bids for the Pamplona-Cucuta highway, part of the 4G program and which has an official budget of 1.5tn pesos (US$515mn).

ANI stated on its website that the bidders were Estructura Plural, formed by Cintra and Shikun; CCA Civil Colombia; and Sacyr Concesiones Colombia.

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The initiative entails the construction of a 62km highway between the cities of Pamplona and Cucuta, both in the Santander department in the center-north of the country, of which 42km will be a divided highway, with 63km to undergo repairs.

"It is very important to highlight the quality of the bidders, since we have top companies from China, Spain and Israel, and that shows the confidence that these investors have in our country in general and the fourth generation highways in particular," said the ANI president Luis Andrade.