Brazilian infrastructure firm Companhia de Concess?es Rodovi?rias (CCR) might take part in the bidding procedure for subway lines in Colombia and Peru, said Leonardo Vianna, the business’s vice-president for mobility.
“The train projects of Bogot?, Colombia, and Lima, Peru, are interesting,” he stated. “We need to wait to see how the rules will be set up.”
The company had the winning bid in an auction to run 2 subway lines in S?o Paulo, Brazil, earlier today. Vianna said that the city holds “lots of opportunities for the economic sector. We are studying to participate in the tenders of lines 8 and 9 of the train, the line 13 of urban trains, which will connect to the Guarulhos airport, and the line 15, also in the monorail,” said Vianna.
CCR major investors consist of Camargo Correa, Soares Penido and Andrade Gutierrez, building and construction companies which were associated with the Lava Jato corruption scandal. Also, Camargo Correa confessed its involvement in a corruption scheme to defraud public tenders for subway lines construction in 7 Brazilian states.
Vianna said that any corruption allegations that might occur about the building of the lines 5 and 17 of the train in S?o Paulo would not shake CCR.
“Any possible complaint will not impact the consortium, just those associated with the building and construction. We’ve simply been available in,” he said.
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