Thursday, April 24, 2014

Perú: Three Consortiums Bid on Construction, Management of New Int'l Airport in Cuzco, a 40-Year Project

According to The Latin American Tribune, three consortiums are bidding to construct and manage the new international airport in Cuzco, with the winner expected to be revealed on Friday (April 25), the Private Investment Promotion Agency said.

“The Aeropuerto Chinchero, Kuntur Wasi and Aeroportuario Imperial consortiums met the documentation requirements,” Proinversion said in a statement.

Aeropuerto Chinchero is made up of Vinci Airports SAS and Vinci Concessions SAS, both French-owned firms, and Perú’s Graña y Montero SAA.

Kuntur Wasi was formed by Argentina’s Corporación America SA and Perú’s Andino Investment Holding SA.

Aeroportuario Imperial is made up of Colombia’s Grupo Odinsa SA and Mota Engil Perú SA.

COMMENT: Seven consortiums pre-qualified for the bidding for the 40-year contract, but only three submitted final proposals for the project, which is being overseen by the Transportation and Communications Ministry.

The winner of the project will be announced tomorrow.