OHL presents offer for Guadalajara-Colima, Mexico motorway
First publishedon www.WorldHighways.com
Spanish construction firm, OHL, has presented an offer to operate the 56km Guadalajara-Colima motorway in Mexico for 12 years.
The motorway is being heavily restructured, with the expansion of its four lanes. The first phase of these works has already been completed and investment to date has totalled US $ 54.81million. A further $ 263.66 million is being invested by Banobras on current works. Offers to operate the Guadalajara-Colima motorway must be presented by mid-September 2012.
OHL Mexico has committed to an investment of $ 3.73 million in Mexico, with 360km of motorway in operation via Grupo Autopistas Nacionales, Autovias Concesionados de OHL, Autopista Urbana Norte, Concesionaria Mexiquense and Viaducto Bicentenario. The firm's Mexican subsidiary generated a turnover of $ 139.56 million in 2011, while Ebitda hit $ 502.93 million.