Project Information
Project name: Colombia: Pamplona - Cucuta road P3
Project description:

Spanish contractor Sacyr has been awarded the $514m (COP1.5bn) contract to deliver the project near the border with Venezuela.    

Other teams bidding for the scheme were Cintra with Shikun & Binui and CCA Civil Colombia.    

Sacyr will design, build, finance, operate and maintain the scheme under the 20-year contract, which has a total value of $727m (COP 2trl).    

Works for the road involve upgrading 63km of road plus construction of 47km of dual carriageways. It also involves construction of three tunnels.    

The contract is expected to be signed in a month, with pre-works starting immediately after the signature. 

Related Headlines:

20 April 2017 - Colombia awards road P3 

13 April 2017 - Colombia road winner imminent 

20 March 2017 - Bids in for Colombian road P3 

1 November 2016 - Colombia retenders road P3

20 September 2016 - Colombia rethinks road P3

13 May 2016 - No bidders for Colombia road P3 

24 August 2015 - Colombia launches highway P3

Type: PPP
Sector: Roads & streetlights
Region: Central & South America
Current status: Preferred Bidder - 20/04/2017
Contract Terms
Duration: 33 years
Capital value: $514.00m
Public Sector Procuror Details
Authority/Commssioning body: ANI
Public sector contact: ANI
Phone: 01 410 151 8000
Fax: (+571) 3840534

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Private Sector Details
Consortium name: Sacyr Concesiones Colombia SAS
Private sector shareholders: Sacyr - Shareholders
Private Sector Shortlist
Consortium name: CCA Civil Colombia SAS
Private sector shareholders: CCA Civil Colombia SAS - Shareholders
Consortium name: Cintra/Shikun & Binui
Private sector shareholders: Cintra SA - Shareholders
Shikun & Binui - Shareholders

This page was last updated on:
20 April 2017.


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