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News » International » Sacyr signs €640m Columbian highway concession » published 14 Jul 2017

Sacyr signs €640m Columbian highway concession

Colombia’s National Infrastructure Agency (ANI) has signed a concession contract with Sacyr for the Cúcuta-Pamplona Highway in the northeast of the country.

The €640 )£565m) project involves the construction of a new 47km second carriageway and 4km of single carriageway, as well as renovation of the existing 67km route as part of the country’s ‘fourth generation’ highway programme.

Colombia president Juan Manuel Santos said that highway will connect the country with good roads, from Ecuador to Venezuela.

Sacyr already had three other highway projects in the country, involving a total investment of about €1.7bn. The ‘fourth generation’ construction and modernisation programme accounts for a total investment of €25bn.



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This article was published on 14 Jul 2017 (last updated on 14 Jul 2017).

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