Infrastructure News

08.10.2018 Kenya shortlists three bidders for US$200 million bridge PPP
Kenya's Urban Roads Authority (KURA) has announced that it has shortlisted three firms/consortia to develop the 2nd Nyali Bridge under a public-private partnership (PPP). The estimated capital cost of the project is US$200 million.

27.09.2018 Government of Chile to tender US$2.5 billion hospital concessions
The Ministries of Health and Public Works of the government of Chile have published a schedule for the tender of eighteen hospital concessions with a total investment of over US$2.5 billion.

20.09.2018 Bahrain and Saudi Arabia to tender US$3.5 billion causeway PPP next year
Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to Bahrain has stated publicly that the tender for the King Hamad Causeway, a 25km road and rail bridge that will cross the Gulf of Bahrain, will be launched in six months. The estimated construction cost is between US$3 and 4 billion.

04.09.2018 Tender for US$250 million light rail project launched in Kazahkstan
The Public Transport Department of Almaty, the largest city in Kazakhstan, located in the south-east of the country, has published a tender announcement for a light rail project.

28.08.2018 Government of Jordan planning US$4.2 billion rail concession
The Ministry of Transport of the government of Jordan is reportedly planning to contract Chinese company Touchstone to deliver a US$4.23 billion rail project through a build-operate-transfer (BOT) or build-own-operate-transfer (BOOT) agreement.

25.07.2018 Local consortium wins Brazil's first rehabilitate/maintain road concession
Estrada do Feijão Bahia, a consortium comprising Paviservice and SVC Construções, has been awarded the concession contract to rehabilitate and maintain the BA-052 road in Bahia, a state in the north-east of Brazil.

12.07.2018 Saudi Arabia publishes draft law on private sector participation ahead of PPP programme launch
Saudi Arabia’s National Centre for Privatisation and Public-Private Partnerships (NCP) has published a draft law on private-public sector partnerships as the kingdom prepares to launch infrastructure projects worth billions of dollars and seeks to woo foreign investors.


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