Guatemala: Foreign Construction Companies Interested in Roadworks

Companies from Spain, Peru, Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, the Netherlands and Italy took part in the prequalification process to build and operate the Escuintla-Puerto Quetzal highway.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

The construction firms that participated in the prequalification process were: 

1) Consorcio Autopistas de Guatemala (Mexico and Guatemala) 
2) SuperCemento S.A.I.C (Argentina) 
3) Mota – Engil Latin América BV (Netherlands) 
4) JJC Contratistas Generales S.A (Peru) 
5) Concay S.A (Colombia) 
6) Anas International Enterprise SPA (Italy) 
7) Ortiz Construcciones y Proyectos S.A, Guatemala branch  (Spain) 
8) Coconal S.A.P.I de C.V y Operadora de Autopistas SA de CV (Mexico) 
9) Shikun & Binui LTD S.B.I Infrastructure LTD (Israel) 
10) Cointer Concesiones, SL (Spain)

See details of the prequalification process.

From a statement by ANADIE:

CIV and ANADIE have received ten expressions of interest to take part in the prequalification process for national and international investors for the proposed Public Private Partnership for the Escuintla-Puerto Quetzal highway with toll booths operated by Peaje Guatemala from January 18, 2017. 

The Ministry of Communications Infrastructure and Housing (CIV), in conjunction with the National Agency for Partnerships for Economic Infrastructure Development - ANADIE-, conducted the public act of receipt of expressions of interest for prequalification by investors in the proposed Public Private Partnership for Escuintla-Puerto Quetzal Highway with tolls. 



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Bureaucracy Threatens Highway Concession

March 2019

Because of the lack of progress in Congress and the fact that 2019 is an election year, there is a risk in Guatemala that the concession to rehabilitate and operate the Escuintla-Puerto Quetzal Highway will not be granted.

In July 2018, the Consorcio Autopistas de Guatemala was awarded the contract for the rehabilitation, maintenance and administration of the Escuintla-Puerto Quetzal highway, with toll collection.

Progress in the Escuintla- Puerto Quetzal Tender

September 2017

The tender act for the construction and operation of the Escuintla-Puerto Quetzal highway, in Guatemala, could take between October and December, and there are already five prequalified builders.

The National Agency for Alliances for Development (Anadie) has announced that they are in the process of revising the draft of the project, and that the tender could be launched at the end of the year, between October and December.

Guatemala: Five Companies Pre-qualified for Roadworks

March 2017

Five consortia formed by companies from Guatemala, the Netherlands, Peru, Italy and Mexico were prequalified to participate in the project for the construction and operation of the Escuintla - Puerto Quetzal highway.

The companies shortlisted in the tender for the rehabilitation, management, operation, maintenance and additional works on the Escuintla-Puerto Quetza highway are:

Companies Prequalified for Roadworks in Guatemala

September 2016

A tender is being launched for a project to renovate, manage, operate, maintain and provide additional works for the Escuintla-Puerto Quetzal highway.

Guatemala Government Purchase 5414121:

"The National Agency of Partnerships for Economic Infrastructure Development (ANADIE) is inviting individuals and legal persons who meet the requirements of these Prequalification Rules, to express their interest in participating in the prequalification phase, which aims at, prior to the eventual opening of bids, creating a list of prequalified entities who may participate, as appropriate, in the Tender Project of the Partnerships for Economic Infrastructure Development called "renovation, management, operation, maintenance and additional works for the highway Escuintla-Puerto Quetzal with toll collection," which has the objective of improving, acquiring right of way, operating and maintaining the 2 tracks that make up the stretch of road Escuintla - Puerto Quetzal, whose administration and road management will be financed through tolls.

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