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  • June 2008

    Barcelona Sagrera Alta Velocitat secures rail finance 27 June 2008

    Barcelona Sagrera Alta Velocitat - a joint venture between the Barcelona municipal and Catalan generalitat governments, ADIF and Renfe - has secured a Eu150 million three-year club deal

  • FARAC III set to launch 27 June 2008

    The Mexican SCT is due to announce its third package of the FARAC roads assets for concession by the end of June 2008.

  • Winnipeg Disraeli bridge RFQ delayed 27 June 2008

    The City of Winnipeg public works department is to postpone the request for qualifications for the Disraeli bridge rehabilitation PPP

  • Chicago shortlists four for Midway airport 26 June 2008

    The City of Chicago has shortlisted four of the six respondents to its request for qualifications for a concession of Midway airport.

  • Compromises for UK Planning Bill 26 June 2008

    Criticised by environmentalists as a 'developer's charter' the UK's Planning Bill avoided a backbench rebellion after the government made several key compromises

  • TxDOT awards I-69 26 June 2008

    The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has selected a consortium of Zachry and ACS for its I-69 master development plan.

  • Pinfra awarded Atlacomulco-Palmillas highway concession 25 June 2008

    The government of the state of Mexico has awarded the Ps2.7 billion ($263 million) Atlacomulco-Palmillas highway project to Pinfra.

  • Sabiha Gokcen Airport concession funded 25 June 2008

    A consortium comprising India's GMR infrastructure (40%), Limak (40%) and Malaysia Airports Berhad (20%) have secured a project loan of €336 million to back its award of the 20-year concession to develop and operate Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport.

  • Two banks mandated on Quebec's A30 25 June 2008

    Nouvelle Autoroute 30 SENC, the consortium of Acciona, ACS, SICE, Arup, DJL Construction, and Verreault, has mandated two banks for the A30 concession in Quebec.

  • Florida Alligator Alley bidders to resubmit 24 June 2008

    Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is to reissue the request for qualifications for a concession of the Alligator Alley toll road.

  • Acciona/ACS win Quebec's A30 24 June 2008

    The governments of Canada and Quebec have selected a preferred bidder for the concession for the Autoroute 30.

  • BBVA closes A4 shadow toll 20 June 2008

    BBVA has closed the Eu141 million financing for the A4 shadow toll running between Tramo Puerto Lapice and Venta de Cardenas in Spain.

  • CCR seals Rodoanel contract 20 June 2008

    The CCR consortium has signed the contract for its 30-year concession of the Rodoanel Oeste

  • Sacyr wins Broni-Mortara toll 20 June 2008

    Sacyr/Itinere has been awarded preferred bidder by the Lombardy regional government to build and operate the 51km Broni-Mortara

  • UBS sues on Tank & Rast commitment 20 June 2008

    UBS has sued German motorway services operator Tank & Rast for restricting its ability to sell on its commitments to Tank & Rast's refinancing.

  • Autema syndication launched 19 June 2008

    Lead arrangers Banesto, Caja Madrid, Calyon, Dexia, Fortis Bank, HSBC, ING, RBS and SG have launched general syndication of the Eu708 million

  • Mexico State releases PPS plans 19 June 2008

    The Government of the State of México has released pre-tender documents for three of its five forthcoming projects

  • Missouri bridges expected before July 19 June 2008

    The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) is due to formally name the holder of the Safe & Sound Bridges concession

  • FARAC II delayed 18 June 2008

    The bidding process for the second of the FARAC roads packages will be delayed by two or three months

  • Prequal for Bar-Boljare motorway, Montenegro 18 June 2008

    The Montenegro Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Telecommunications has launched a prequalification process for the Bar to Boljare motorway PPP project.

  • Angel Trains to test syndications market 17 June 2008

    Babcock & Brown European Infrastructure fund has completed the £3.6 billion acquisition of Angel Trains from Royal Bank of Scotland and is scheduled to launch syndication on part of the £2.8 billion debt before the end of June.

  • Mexico's TRIG train bonds near market 17 June 2008

    WestLB has been mandated to run a bond financing for ICA's $1 billion TRIG rapid transit concession in Mexico.

  • Nuevo Necaxa retail syndication due to launch 17 June 2008

    Mandated lead arrangers Santander, Dexia and HSBC are set to launch retail syndication on the Nuevo Necaxa-Tihuatlán toll road.

  • Authority kills North Tampa toll concession 16 June 2008

    The Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority (THEA) has terminated negotiations with its preferred bidder,

  • Ultrapar buys Brazil ports 16 June 2008

    Ultracargo, a subsidiary of Ultrapar, has agreed to buy Uniao Terminals for R$482,769 million ($296 million).

  • Capital Beltway bonds placed 13 June 2008

    The Transurban/Fluor consortium has priced and placed $589 million in private activity bond (PAB) debt for its 80-year Capital Beltway HOT lanes concession in Virginia.

  • TAV Tunisie's Enfidha airport in syndication 13 June 2008

    The Eu395.2 million ($605 million) project facility backing TAV Tunisie's 40-year Enfidha airport concession in Tunisia has launched to syndication.

  • Sabiha Gocken airport deal to sign 12 June 2008

    The Eu450 million ($690 million) Sabiha Gokcen Airport project in Istanbul will reach financial close when it signs tomorrow.

  • BB reaches commercial close for A1 11 June 2008

    The Eu650 million A1 road project in Germany has reached commercial close, and is expected to reach financial close in July.

  • Preferred bidder picked for final M6 phase 11 June 2008

    Hungary's tendering authorities have selected Bilfinger Berger as the preferred bidder for the roughly Eu600 million M6 phase 2 project

  • Spanish shadow tolls reaching close 11 June 2008

    Dexia and ING will next week close the Eu122 million financing for upgrades to the A2 road linking Medinaceli in Castille-Leon with the Radial 2 road into Madrid.

  • Alligator Alley RFQ pulls eight responses 10 June 2008

    Eight potential bidders have responded to Florida Department of Transportation 's (FDOT) request for qualifications for a proposed 50-75 year PPP lease concession of the 78 mile Alligator Alley toll road.

  • Bicent buys into Colstrip 10 June 2008

    Bicent Power has agreed to buy a 30% stake in the Colstrip 4 power plant from Northwestern Energy.

  • Cintra refinances Autema toll road 10 June 2008

    Nine banks have closed the Eu700 million refinancing of the Autema highway in Catalunya, a Cintra/Abertis concession

  • Coentunnel financing closes 10 June 2008

    The Coentunnel Company consortium has reached financial close on the Eu550 million ($850 million) debt financing for

  • Tunel do Marao reaches financial close 10 June 2008

    The Eu423.5 million debt for the Tunel do Marao concession in Portugal has reached financial close and will not go to general syndication.

  • New Tyne Crossing syndication close 06 June 2008

    Syndication on the £282.2 million facility for the New Tyne Crossing PPP has closed fully subscribed with at least five banks joining the three lead arrangers Bank of Scotland, HSBC and Natixis

  • BAA secures bank loan in principle 05 June 2008

    Grupo Ferrovial has secured agreement in principle from nine banks for a £7.65 billion ($15 billion) backstop loan which will help it refinance

  • Capital Beltway PABs set to launch 05 June 2008

    The Transurban/Fluor consortium is in the process of finalising the offering statement for $589 million of private activity bonds (PABs) for its Capital Beltway HOT lanes project in Virginia

  • Deutsche Bahn mandates privatisation banks 05 June 2008

    Deutsche Bahn has mandated Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and UBS to handle its November privatisation - expected to raise between Eu4 billion and Eu6 billion

  • Douro Litoral into general syndication 05 June 2008

    General syndication of the Eu1.2bn Auto Estradas do Douro Litoral project financing - a 27 year toll road concession in Portugal - has launched

  • Nuevo Necaxa toll road reaches financial close 05 June 2008

    Auneti, the ICA/FCC consortium, has reached financial close on its Ps6.887 billion ($660 million) Nuevo Necaxa-Tihuatlan toll road deal in Mexico

  • Germany's A1 nearing close 04 June 2008

    Bilfinger Berger is the preferred bidder on the A1 road project in Germany, a project that should reach commercial close by mid-June and financial close in July.

  • ICICI syndicates DIAL debt 04 June 2008

    ICICI Bank has closed syndication of its $200 million portion of the debt for the Delhi International Airport project (DIAL), pulling in commitments from

  • Bidders shortlisted for Poland's A1 03 June 2008

    Polish authorities have shortlisted two bidders for the Eu2.5 billion A1 Strykow to Pyrzowice road project - Autostrada Centralne(Hochtief/Strabag/Mota Engil/Egis Projects) consortium and Autostrada Poludnie (Ferrovial/Cintra/Budimex).

  • Greece's E65 in syndication 02 June 2008

    Bookrunners Fortis, BBVA, EFG and Santander together with Caixa de Investimento, BES and Piraeus Bank expect to this month close the syndication for the Eu1.537 billion debt on the Greece's E65 Central Motorway.

  • Jackson toll RFQ out 02 June 2008

    The Mississippi Department of Transportation has issued a request for qualifications for the develop-construct-finance-operation-maintain Jackson Airport toll road concession

  • VDOT looks for Midtown PPP proposals 02 June 2008

    Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has issued a request for proposals to three developers for an estimated $1 billion DBFM road improvements PPP package

  • Anyone for US PPP? 01 June 2008

    The US Department of Transportation has been a vocal PPP supporter, despite its patchy progress and significant public resistance. Can it turn this sentiment into a strong deal pipeline? Catherine McGuirk talks to US Secretary of Transportation Mary Peters.

  • Broadening the PFI options 01 June 2008

    Since its second reformation in 2005, Korean PFI has developed new instruments and spread into the social infrastructure sector. By Kong Seil, General Manager, Project Finance Department at the the Korea Development Bank

  • Nuevo Necaxa: Hybrid vehicle 01 June 2008

    Santander, Dexia and HSBC are set to launch syndication at the end of June 2008 on Ps6.061 billion ($585.5 million) of bank debt for ICA/GlobalVia's Nuevo Necaxa–Tihuatlán toll road deal in Mexico. The 30-year build, finance, operate and maintain concession is the first hybrid of a real toll concess...

  • Pennsylvania Turnpike: The $12.8 bn road 01 June 2008

    A consortium of Abertis (50%), Citi Infrastructure Investors [CII] (41%) and La Caixa's holding company Criteria (9%) has won the bidding for a proposed 75-year lease of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. If the deal reaches close, the $12.8 billion offered will be the largest sum ever paid for a toll-road ...

  • The challenges of change 01 June 2008

    PPPs have achieved some significant successes in the US even while wide-ranging debate over their efficacy continues. Robert J. Gibbons and Michael P. McGuigan of Debevoise & Plimpton LLP explore the political and legal debates and the key deals driving the market forward.

  • Transport 01 June 2008

    Spanish shadow tolls reaching close

Latest Deals Database updates

Kuala-Lumpur-Singapore High-Speed Rail PPP Project Update date 22/04/2014
Sector Transport > High-speed rail
Country Asia > Malaysia
Total Debt Loan Amount
Status Financial advisor mandated
Perth Stadium PPP project Update date 22/04/2014
Sector Leisure/Stadia > Stadia
Country Asia Pacific > Australia
Total Debt Loan Amount
Status Preferred bidder
IJmond Sea Lock PPP Update date 22/04/2014
Sector Transport > Port
Country Europe - EU > Netherlands
Total Debt Loan Amount
Status Tender launched
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