Infrastructure: The week in 10 stories

Friday, November 10, 2017


The country's comptroller halted the awarding of a contract to dismantle the arms of the Cau Cau bridge.

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Hyundai took technical control of the consortium in charge of building the Chacao bridge.


Finnish company UPM and the government signed an agreement to develop the infrastructure for a new pulp mill.


Colombia's 4G highways program will receive support from the Inter-American Development Bank's (IDB) investment arm.

The government approved US$5.8bn for the funding of three transportation projects in Bogotá .


The government announced a US$40bn infrastructure investment program.

The federal audit court recommended halting works on 11 projects worth US$8bn in total.


The tender to build an intermodal ground transport center for Mexico City's airport was voided.

Only one bid remains in the tender for the construction and operation of the new Veracruz Port.


Five bidders to compete in the tender for the construction of an export highway corridor.