Some of Latin America’s biggest builders of public infrastructure projects have had a hard time getting back into the game after corruption scandals and financial difficulties, while others are now pushing ahead with new projects, in some cases after deep restructuring. Corruption continues to be an obstacle to development that undermines investor confidence and, together with economic challenges, has left a number of countries with trouble in advancing infrastructure programs. Here, we outline the plans and financials of 13 major operators and provide a reference as to their projects in the region. More
- Torobayo-Las Mulatas road connection (Subfluvial Tunnel)
- Pacífico highway 1
- Conexión Norte highway
- Dos Tamoios highway (SP-099)
- Completion of the Cordillera Central Pass - Tolima section 1
- Completion of the Cordillera Central Pass - Quindío section
- Biobío railway bridge replacement
- San José-Cartago highway
- EF-118 railway (Rio-Vitória)
- Vialidad Nacional
- Lumbreras y Túneles, S.A. de C.V
- Millenium Challenge Corporation
- Viceministerio de Inversión Pública y Financiamiento Externo ( VIPFE )
- CR Almeida S.A. Engenharia de Obras
- Carioca Christiani-Nielsen Engenharia S.A.
- Mota-Engil Perú S.A
- Consórcio JGP - Ambiente Brasil Engenharia
- Inversiones Murcia S. A.
- China Communications Construction Company Limited (International)
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