Mexico: Infrastructure Projects

Last Updated: 7 July 2017
Article by Juan Carlos Serra and Jorge Eduardo Escobedo

Most Read Contributor in Mexico, July 2017
  1. Communications and Transport.
Project Description Location Contractual Scheme Scope Estimated Investment Dates / Calendar Additional Information
Urban railway Mexico – Toluca. Mexico City – Toluca, México N/A High speed railway that will go from Mexico City to Toluca, Mexico.

16 different contracts for diverse works related to the construction.

$38.0 billion pesos Undergoing 16 different contracts for diverse works related to the construction.

Maintenance of the highway Pirámides – Tulancingo – Pachuca Hidalgo State Public-Private Partnership 183 Km of federal highway composed of two highway sections (Piramides – Tulancingo) and (Pachuca – tuxpan). $1,865.2 million pesos Tender currently under preparation. N/A
Maintenance of the highway Texcoco – Zacatepec. Mexico Public-Private Partnership 292 Km of federal highway. $2,260.3 million pesos Tender currently under preparation. N/A
Maintenance of the highway Matehuala – Saltillo. Saltillo Public-Private Partnership 355 Km of federal highway. $1,762.5 million pesos Tender currently under preparation. N/A
Maintenance of the highway Saltillo – Monterrey. Saltillo – Monterrey Public-Private Partnership 291 Km of federal highway composed of three highway sections (Saltillo – Monterrey), (Monterrey North) and (Monterrey – Nuevo Laredo). $1,903.5 million pesos Tender currently under preparation. N/A
Construction of the highway Monterrey –  Nuevo Laredo – La Gloria – San Fernando. Monterrey Public-Private Partnership Construction of a highway of 4 lanes, as well as its conservation, operation and maintenance. $3,000 million pesos Tender currently under preparation. N/A
Maintenance of the federal highway Tulum – Cancún. Quintana Roo Public-Private Partnership 178 Km of federal highway located in the State of Quintana Roo. Awarded contract will have a term of 10 years. $1,183 million pesos Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. N/A
Maintenance of the federal highway Las Brisas – Los Mochis. Sinaloa Public-Private Partnership 308 Km of federal highway located in the State of Sinaloa. Awarded contract will have a term of 10 years.

$3,062 million pesos Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. N/A
Maintenance of the federal highway Campeche – Merida. Campeche – Merida Public-Private Partnership 330 Km of federal highway located in the States of Campeche and Yucatán. Awarded contract will have a term of 10 years. $2,490 million pesos Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. N/A
Maintenance of the federal highway Arriaga – Tapachula. Chiapas Public-Private Partnership 473 Km of federal highway located in the State of Chiapas. Awarded contract will have a term of 10 years. $4,561 million pesos Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation.

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Maintenance of the federal highway San Luis Potosí – Matehuala San Luis Potosí Public-Private Partnership 374 Km of federal highway located in the State of San Luis Potosi. Awarded contract will have a term of 10 years. $3,174 million pesos Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. N/A
Maintenance of the federal highway Tampico – Ciudad Victoria. Tamaulipas Public-Private Partnership 273 Km of federal highway located in the State of Tamaulipas.

Awarded contract will have a term of 10 years.

$2,614 million pesos Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. N/A
New Mexican International Airport México Public works Construction of the intermodal terrestrial transportation center.

Development of a complex including four levels in an area of 81,640 m2 that will house parking spaces, bus operations, a Metrobus station, a subway station, car rental and commercial areas.

N/A Proposal development.

Ruling to award contract is expected for the 4th Bimester of 2017

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New Mexican International Airport México Public works Visual aids are aeronautical lighting systems designed to allow the safe and efficient use of runways under specific conditions of visibility.

These include: 17,000 lights for the 3 runways and 6 electrical substations.

N/A Under preparation

Request of proposals, proposals reception are expected for the 4th bimester of 2017

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New Mexican International Airport México Public works Design, equipment and installation of the navigation and visual aid system N/A Under preparation

Request of proposals, proposals reception are expected for the 4th bimester of 2017

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New Mexican International Airport México Public works Construction of entrance junction to the air terminal.

Road junctions are road infrastructure in the south of the polygon that will allow access to the terminal and facilities of the southeastern campus of the New Mexico City International Airport (NAICM).

N/A Under preparation

Request of proposals, proposals reception are expected for the 4th bimester of 2017

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New Mexican International Airport México Public works This construction, on the eastern side of the New Mexico City International Airport (NAICM), will provide vehicular access to the federal zone from the Piramides-Texcoco road. N/A Under preparation

Request of proposals, proposals reception are expected for the 4th bimester of 2017

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New Mexican International Airport México Public works Express train from the New Mexico City airport connecting to Mexico City.

Connection to the New Mexico City Airport (NAICM) – CDMX, through an express passenger train.

N/A Under preparation N/A
New Mexican International Airport México Public works Set of buildings intended for preventive and corrective maintenance, motor vehicles and equipment repairs.

Consists of 9 buildings as follows: " Air-side maintenance building (1) in an area of approx. 4,195 m2; " Vehicle maintenance building (2 buildings with 1 shed) in an area of approx. 4,536 m2; " General maintenance building (2 buildings) in an area of approx. 6,296 m2; " Central warehouse (1) in an area of approx. 4,770 m2; " Air-side administrative building (1) in an area of approx. 4,200 m2; " Waste plant (1) in an area of approximately 4,346 m2; " Gardening Center (1 building with 1 shed) in an area of approx. 1,271 m2

N/A Under preparation N/A
New Mexican International Airport México Public works Construction of an upper road to access the terminal building, tunnel and subway station structure.

This work includes the construction of the main access roads of entrance and exit to the New Mexico City International Airport (NAICM), in six lanes with an approximate length of 700 meters.

N/A Under preparation

Request for proposals: 4th quarter 2017

Proposals reception: 1st quarter 2018

Ruling expected to take place of 1st quarter 2018

Execution starting date: 2nd quarter 2018

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New Mexican International Airport México Public works Construction of fire stations.

4 building-complexes for fire extinguishing purposes in aircrafts that will serve to attend possible damages within the NAICM.

N/A Under preparation N/A
  1. Water and Natural Resources.
Project Description Location Contractual Scheme Scope Estimated Investment Dates / Calendar Additional Information
Renewal and maintenance of the electro mechanic and civil infrastructure of the storage dam "Trojes-Solidaridad". Municipality of Pihuamo, State of Jalisco. Public works Renewal and maintenance of the electro mechanic and civil infrastructure of the storage dam "Trojes-Solidaridad" including the cleaning of the valves, repair and substitution of damaged pieces, works inspections. N/A Proposals will be received no later than June 26th, 2017.

The agreement will be executed for a 117 natural day period, estimating the start of construction works on  July 7th, 2016.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1386915; file reference LO-016B00053-E2-2017 at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1170726&oppList=CURRENT

Extension of the fresh water distribution system of the municipal capital. Municipality of Tejupilco, State of Mexico. Public works agreement. Invitation to at least three participants. Extension of the fresh water distribution system of the municipal capital, first stage (new work) in the Municipality of Tejuplico. N/A The proposal can be submitted until June 23, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1399884; file reference at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1186158&oppList=CURRENT

Dill, electro-mechanical equipment and interconnection of the deep well number 4 in the locality of Salina Cruz. Municipality of Salina Cruz, State of Oaxaca. Public works Dill, electro-mechanical equipment and interconnection of the deep well number 4 in the locality of Salina Cruz. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 26th, 2017.

The agreement will be executed on July 7th, 2017, and the construction works should be concluded in a 120 day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1395023 at

https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1178653&oppList=CURRENT

Construction of an interconnection line for the wells 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Salina Cruz. Municipality of Salina Cruz, State of Oaxaca. Public Work. Invitation to at least three participants. Construction of an interconnection line for the wells 1, 2, 3 and 4 (km 0+000 to km 2+000) in Salina Cruz. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 26, 2017.

The agreement will be executed on July 3rd, 2017.

The construction works should be concluded in a 120-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1395239 at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1179087&oppList=CURRENT

Normal conservation of the building for the Water District 099 Quitupan La Magdalena. State of Michoacán. Public work. Restricted. Invitation to at least three participants. Normal conservation of the building for the Water District 099 Quitupan La Magdalena. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 26th, 2017

The agreement will be executed on July 21, 2017.

The construction works should be concluded in a 60-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1373681, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1158067&oppList=CURRENT

Construction of the pumping sump in San Pedro Cholula. Municipality of Ocoyoacac, Satiate of Mexico. Public work Construction of the pumping sump in San Pedro Cholula. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June, 26, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1388978, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1172661&oppList=CURRENT

Electro-mechanical equipment and regularization tank in "el Ponedero". Municipality of Matías Romero Avedaño, State of Oaxaca. Public work.

Invitation to at least three participants.

Electro-mechanical equipment and regularization tank in "el Ponedero" in the Locality of Matías Romero Avedaño, Municipality of Matias Romero Avedaño, State of Oaxaca. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 27, 2016.

The construction works should be concluded in a 120-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1395930, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1179460&oppList=CURRENT

Renewal and maintenance of the dam "Juan Sabines" Municipality of La Concordia, State of Chiapas. Public work.

Invitation to at least three participants.

Renewal and maintenance of the dam "Juan Sabines" located in the Water District No. 101 Cuxtepeques in the Municipalities of la Concordia and Trinitaria, state of Chiapas. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 13, 2017.

The construction works should be concluded in a 91-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No.1390409, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1174591&oppList=CURRENT

Drilling and equipment of a new well in the locality of San Mateo del Mar Municipality of San Mateo del Mar, State of Oaxaca. Public work Drilling and equipment of a new well in the locality of San Mateo del Mar N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 27, 2017.

The agreement will be executed on July 3rd, 2017.

The construction works should be concluded in a 120-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1396002, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1179522&oppList=CURRENT

Drilling and equipment of a new well in the locality of San Juan Guichicovi. Municipality of San Juan Guichicovi, State of Oaxaca Public work. Invitation to at least three participants. Drilling and equipment of a new well in the locality of San Juan Guichicovi. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 27, 2017.

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For further reference please refer to File No. 1396007, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1179531&oppList=CURRENT

Drilling and equipment of a new well in the locality of San Pedro Huilotepec. Municipality of San Pedro Huilotepec, State of Oaxaca. Public work. Invitation to at least three participants. Drilling and equipment of a new well in the locality of San Pedro Huilotepec. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 27.

The construction works should be concluded in a 120-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1396016, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1179540&oppList=CURRENT

Regular conservation of structures and mechanisms. Municipalities of Tepalcatepec, Buenavista, Gabriel Zamora, Múgica, Ka Huacana and Paracuaro, in the State of Michoacán. Public work. Invitation to at least three participants. Regular conservation of structures and mechanisms for the electro mechanical operation of the wells and channels of the Water District No. 097 "Lázaro Cárdenas, in the Municipalities of Tepalcatepec, Buenavista, Gabriel Zamora, Múgica, Ka Huacana and Paracuaro, in the State of Michoacán N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 27, 2017.

The construction works should be concluded in a 71-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1373501, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1157889&oppList=CURRENT

Maintenance of the electro-mechanical structures Jala and Peñitas. Municipality of Tecomán and Vila de Álvarez in the State of Colima. Public work. Maintenance of the electro-mechanical and civil structures of the diversion dams Gregorio Torres Quintero and Peñitas. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 27, 2017.

The construction works should be concluded in a 120-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1396024, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1179547&oppList=CURRENT

Extension of the fresh water system in Santa Fe. Municipality of Rosamorada, State of Nayarit. Public work. The work implies the distribution system with an installation of 950 meters of PVC pipeline and the installation of 9 sectioning valves of diferent diameters, demolish of 4 operation valves and reposition of 4 valves for operation. Also, implies the installation of 13 domestic water intake with PVC triple clamp and 13 tables of nipples and shut-off valves N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 28, 2017.

The construction works should be concluded in a 40-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1391591, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1175098&oppList=CURRENT

Renewal and maintenance of the derivative dam "Lagartero". Municipality of La Trinitaria, State of Chiapas. Public work. Invitation to at least three participants. Renewal and maintenance of the derivative dam "El Lagartero", of the Water District No. 107. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 27, 2017.

The construction works should be concluded in a 91-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1390430, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1174682&oppList=CURRENT

Construction of the sewage and fresh water system in the community of San Joaquin. Municipality of Cuauhtemoc, State of Colima. Public works. Construction of the sewage and fresh water system in the community of San Joaquin, Municipality of Cuauhtemoc, State of Colima. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 29, 2017.

The construction works should be concluded in a 150-day term.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1387939, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1175326&oppList=CURRENT

Relocation of the Héroes Revolución Collector, and the stream Adelita. Municipality of Hidalgo del Parral, State of Chihuahua. Public works. First step of the project that includes the relocation of the Heroes de la Revolución collector and the channeling of the stream Las Adelitas in the locality of Hidalgo del Parral. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 30, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1395972, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1175326&oppList=CURRENT

Distribution system (4th stage of 6) in Francisco Portillo and Lomas de Oriente. Municipality of Aquiles Serdán, State of Chihuahua. Public works. Distribution system (4th stage of 6) in Francisco Portillo and Lomas de Oriente: 270 home sockets, incorporation to the Portal del Valle well, construction of the conduction line, bombing equipment, automatization, distribution system, secondary system, electro mechanical equipment and interconnections. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than June 29, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1392515, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1175326&oppList=CURRENT

Construction of a treatment plant for waste waters "El Porvenir" Municipality of Camargo, State of Chihuahua Public Works. Construction of a treatment plant for waste waters based on a stabilization lake system with a capacity of 0.6 lps, which involves a pre-treatment system of grinding and de-sanding, primary treatment with a sedimentation lake and a secondary treatment with a facultative lake, in the locality of El Porvenir. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 5th, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1395914, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1175326&oppList=CURRENT

Construction of seven water catching systems for pluvial water. Municipality of Morelos, State of Chihuahua. Public works. Construction of seven catching systems for pluvial water, distribution and renovation in the localities that comply with the 1,500 mm of rain per year, in the Municipality of Morelos. This work involves the supply and installation of a galvanized sheet, a 10,000 liters tank, collection channels of PVC and UV rays protection, separation systems, turbulence redactors, septic tanks. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 5th, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1395812, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1179372&oppList=CURRENT

Regular maintenance of the Main Channel Santa Rosa Tlahualilo Municipalities of Lerdo, Gómez Palacio and Tlahualilo, State of Durango Public Works. Regular maintenance of the channels and control structures of the Main Channel of Santa Rosa Tlahualilo in the Water District 017, Lagunera Region. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 6th, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1391677, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1179372&oppList=CURRENT

Maintenance of the storage dam and buildings. Municipalities of Inde, Nazas, Lerdo, Gomez Palacio, in the States of Durango.

Municipality of Torreón, State of Coahuila.

Public Works. Maintenance of the storage dam and derivative dams, bombing plants, main system, control buildings and structures for the Water District 017 Lagunera Region. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 3rd, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1391677, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1179372&oppList=CURRENT

Ending of construction of the dam "El Chihuero". Municipality of Huetamo, State of Michoacán. Public Works. Ending of construction of the dam El Chihuero, involving the closing of works. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 3rd, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1394710, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1178273&oppList=CURRENT

Construction of a sewage and sanitary system in San Miguel de la Michil. Municipality of Durango, State of Durango. Public Works. Construction of a sewage and sanitary system in the locality of San Miguel de la Michi. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 19rd, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1402214, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1185403&oppList=CURRENT

Extension of the sewage system in the locality of San Lucas de Ocampo. Municipality of San Juan del Río State of Durango. Public Works. Extension of the sewage system in the locality of San Lucas de Ocampo. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 19rd, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1402061, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1185310&oppList=CURRENT

Extension of the fresh water system of the Station Nanchi. State of Nayarit. Public Works. Invitation to at least three participants. Extension of the fresh water system of the Station Nanchi, involving the distribution system and the installation of pipelines, valves, domestic sockets. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 7rd, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1400753, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1184044&oppList=CURRENT

Extension of the fresh water system in Mesa de Picachos. Municipality of Tepic, State of Nayarit. Public Works. Invitation to at least three participants. Extension of the fresh water system of the Station Mesa de Picachos, involving the distribution system and the installation of pipelines, valves, domestic sockets. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 17rd, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1404177, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1187196&oppList=CURRENT

Renewal of the fresh water and sewage systems in roads of Ahome. Municipality of Ahome, State of Sinaloa. Public Works.

Renewal of the fresh water and sewage systems in roads of Ahome. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 11rd, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1405365, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1188793&oppList=CURRENT

Construction of the fresh water system in the locality of Rahum. Municipality of Guaymas, State of Sonora. Public Works. Construction of the fresh water system in the locality of Rahum. N/A Any bid proposal should be submitted no later than July 7th, 2017.

For further reference please refer to File No. 1399910, at https://compranet.funcionpublica.gob.mx/esop/toolkit/opportunity/opportunityDetail.do?opportunityId=1185491&oppList=CURRENT

Comments:

Although some of the above-mentioned projects have concluded their tender process, they will represent important investments in México, as well as investment opportunities to develop them.

  1. Ports.
Project Description Location Contractual Scheme Scope Estimated Investment Dates / Calendar Additional Information
Maintenance to railways of the Altamira Port. Port of Altamira. Public works agreement, awarded by Restricted Invitation. The scope is the maintenance to railways, within the Industrial Port of Altamira. N/A Any bid proposal shall be submitted no later than June 15th, 2017.

The agreement will commence on July 7th, 2017; and shall be enforceable up to 175 calendar days.

The terms for the bid ("Bases") may be reviewed at Compranet webpage.

The entity responsible for this public procurement is the Procurements and Contracts Bureau of the Port of Altamira.

The email provided by the entity is the following: sgonzalez@puertoaltamira.com.mx

Concrete works with hydraulic concrete on the superstructure of the Port of Veracruz. Port of Veracruz. Public works agreement, awarded by Restricted Invitation. The scope is the concrete works with hydraulic concrete on the superstructure of the referred port. N/A Any bid proposal shall be submitted no later than June 16th, 2017.

The agreement will commence on July 5th, 2017; and shall be enforceable up to 60 calendar days.

The terms for the bid ("Bases") may be reviewed at Compranet webpage.

The authority responsible for this public procurement is the Head of the Engineering Department.

The email provided by the entity is the following: jramirez@puertodeveracruz.com.mx

Construction works on the south access road within the Port of Lázaro Cárdenas. Port of Lazaro Cardenas, State of Michoacán. Public works agreement, awarded by Public Bid. The scope is the construction works on the south access road within the referred Port. N/A Any bid proposal shall be submitted no later than June 14th, 2017. The terms for the bid ("Bases") may be reviewed at Compranet webpage.

The entity responsible is the Administración Portuaria Integral de Lázaro Cárdenas, S.A. de C.V.

The email provided by the entity is the following: gingenieria@puertolazarocardenas.com.mx

Design, construction of a dock with two attack positions for discharge of gasoline and diesel in Tuxpan, Veracruz Tuxpan, Veracruz N/A The project consists of increasing the capacity to receive and discharge gasoline and diesel, by building a dock with two docking positions USD $78.00 million Under implementation N/A
Design and construction of the west breakwater arm in Oaxaca Oaxaca, Oaxaca N/A The project consists of the activities required to finish a 1,600-meter breakwater arm , as well as of the construction of four docking positions. Objective: to allow access to larger draft vessels, and to help minimize adverse weather conditions that interfere with the operation of Antonio Dovalí Jaime Refinery. Benefits: higher revenues by improving export volumes as there will be fewer disruptions in the production process. USD $520,000 thousand dollars Under implementation N/A

Comments:

Accordingly, to the Master Program of the Port of Veracruz published 1n 2011, the Port of Veracruz is the country's largest commercial port and it is the only one that manipulates 100% of the purely commercial cargo and the only that manipulates significantly the most important six segments of cargo at national level (containerized cargo, general cargo, agricultural bulk, ore bulk, vehicles and non-oil fluids).

The General Coordinator of the Ports and Merchant Navy (hereinafter referred as the "Coordinator") declared in an interview to the media on December 15th, 2015 that the New Port of Veracruz might become the largest terminal of the country, with greater capacity than Lázaro Cárdenas and Manzanillo Ports. New ships arrival to the New Port of Veracruz are expected on 2018. The Coordinator stated that the Port of Veracruz will not be closed, and pointed that part of the new area will be used for containers

On June 5th, 2017, it was published in the Official Federal Gazette, a decree which expropriates the area of 14,941.94 m², located in the Municipality of Veracruz, State of Veracruz, to be used for the construction of the new customs as part of the works and facilities necessary for the expansion of the Port of Veracruz.

In addition to the above mentioned, new public procurements shall be notified after the property's expropriation, for a public works agreement for the sole purpose of construct the new custom's facilities.

  1. Energy.
  1. Petróleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) and/or State Owned Productive Subsidiaries.
Project Description Location Contractual Scheme Scope Estimated Investment Dates / Calendar Additional Information
PEMEX Logistics

Open Season tender 1.2

Storage and pipelines transportation

Northern part of México

(phase two)

Second open season for private use of storage terminals and transport pipelines owned by PEMEX Logístics Biding procedure, by which any participant can compete for the capacity required by them.

Pemex Industrial Transformation will be the one "price taker" of the bidding process.

N/A Process is expected to be called during June – July 2017. N/A
Rehabilitation of existing hydrotreatment plants of ultra-low sulfur diesel (DUBA) and installation of new plants in six refineries in the States of Tamaulipas, Guanajuato, Veracruz, Hidalgo, Oaxaca and Nuevo León. States of Tamaulipas, Guanajuato, Veracruz, Hidalgo, Oaxaca and Nuevo León. N/A The project consists of the rehabilitation of existing hydrotreatment plants and the installation of new plants in six refineries. USD $3.089 million Request for proposals expected during 2017 N/A
Construction of coke drums in the Cadereyta Refinery in Nuevo León Nuevo León N/A The project consists of the construction of two additional coking drums for the Cadereyta Refinery, as well as the replacement of the existing four due to evident damage. USD $300,000 thousand Request for proposals expected during 2017 N/A
Rehabilitation of Madero refinery State of Tamaulipas Provision of Services The project consists of the rehabilitation and optimization of primary, catalytic, hydrodesulphurization and coking plants since in recent years the refinery has operated at 44% of its installed capacity (190,000 barrels per day) due to lack of maintenance. USD $300,000 thousand Request for proposals expected during 2017 N/A

2. Federal Electric Commission (CFE) and/or State Owned Productive Subsidiaries.

Project Description Location Contractual Scheme Scope Estimated Investment Dates / Calendar Additional Information
Topolobampo gas pipeline branch. Sinaloa State. Trust agreement for the development of infrastructure. Project comprises the engineering, procurement, acquisition of real estate rights for the funding, construction, operation and maintenance of a pipeline with capacity of 248 million standard cubic feet per day. USD $55.0 million Publication of final bidding guidelines was carried out on July 2016.

Proposal filings was expected to take place on September 2016 but was differed.

Commercial operation is expected for December 2018.

Tender procedure under process.

The terms for the bid ("Bases") may be reviewed at:

http://www.cfe.gob.mx/Licitaciones/Licitaciones/Paginas/PrincipalesProyectos.aspx

Natural gas supply to Baja California Sur. Baja California Sur. Transport service contract. The scope is to supply natural gas to new power generation plants owned by CFE, as well as to those currently operating with fuel oil or diesel.

Carrier will receive natural gas so it may be transported across the sea and deliver it to Baja California Sur.

USD $800.0 million Publication of Final bidding guidelines were published on August 24, 2015.

Filing of proposals was expected to take place on October, 2016.

Awarding of contract was expected to take place on November, 2016.

Commercial operation is expected for March 2019.

Tender procedure under process.

The terms for the bid ("Bases") may be reviewed at:

http://www.cfe.gob.mx/Licitaciones/Licitaciones/Paginas/PrincipalesProyectos.aspx

New electric transmission lines. Oaxaca to Morelos Public-Private Partnership 1,200 Km of transmission lines to run from Oaxaca though the center of Mexico until Morelos State USD $1.7 billion The pre- call for the tender procedure took place on October 2016.

Tender procedure expected to take place during 2017

Pre-bidding guidelines pending to be published.

Delays have been announced by the Energy Ministry, mainly related to the financial and technical terms of the contract

New electric transmission lines. Sonora and Baja California. Not available. 700 Km of transmission lines which purpose will be to interconnect Baja California System with the National System. USD $1.2 billion The call is expected to take place at the end of 2016 or beginning of 2017. Tender procedure pending to be called by CFE.

Biding guidelines have not been released.

San Luis Potosí combines cycle power plant. San Luis Potosí. Lump sum price contract,

which comprises engineering, design, supply of all equipment and materials, spare parts and special tools, testing as well as an electrical substation.

The power plant will be built in Villa de Reyes, San Luis Potosí. The plant will have a capacity of 789.53 +/- 20% MW under summer design conditions and will be bided under a Turnkey scheme.

Project consists of a lump sum price contract, which comprises engineering, design, supply of equipment, testing, commissioning and a power substation.

USD $864 million The call is pending to be defined. Tender procedure pending to be called by CFE.

Topolobambo III combined cycle power plant. Municipality of Ahome, Sinaloa State. Lump sum price contract,

which comprises engineering, design, supply of all equipment and materials, spare parts and special tools, testing as well as an electrical substation.

Lump sum price contract which will comprise engineering, design, supply of equipment and materials for a combined cycle power plant that will operate with natural gas. USD $631 million The call is pending to be defined. Tender procedure pending to be called by CFE.

Sureste II and III Wind Power Plant State of Oaxaca It consists of the design, programming, construction and commissioning of this wind power plant In order to meet this demand, while maintaining regional reserve margins at appropriate levels, this wind power plant will be built in Ixtepec, Oaxaca. USD $1.0 billion The call is pending to be defined. Tender procedure pending to be called by CFE.

Comments:

Federal Electric Commission (CFE) pilot project:

CFE has recently announced that it will call for a pilot project to liberalize and rent its fuel storage capacity for over 10 million barrels, until 2030.

The process will be conducted by the State-Owned Subsidiary of CFE known as CFE Energy and is expected to take place during this first semester of 2017.

In Baja California, CFE will offer 10 tanks with a storage capacity of 574 thousand barrels located in Rosarito, Ensenada and Mexicali.

In Sonora, 21 tanks will be offered with a capacity of one thousand and twenty barrels in Guaymas, Puerto Libertad and Caborca.

Although the documents related to this process have not been released by CFE, the announcement was formally made by CFE Director.

3. National Centre for Electric Energy Control (CENACE)

Project Description Location Contractual Scheme Scope Estimated Investment Dates / Calendar Additional Information
Firs long term electric auction 2017 Mexico Power purchase agreements Purchase electric energy, power and clean energy certificates USD $4.0 billion Bidding guidelines: May 08, 2017

Payment period May 18, 2017 – August 31, 2017

Release of final bidding guidelines June 27, 2017

Purchase offers from CENACE July 25, 2017

Prequalification petition submission September 12 – 20, 2017

Revision of economic offers November 14, 2017

Awarding November 22, 2017

Please be advised that additional relevant dates are provided in the official auction calendar which is published in the official website of CENACE

www.cenace.gob.mx

4. Natural Gas National Centre (CENAGAS)

Project Description Location Contractual Scheme Scope Estimated Investment Dates / Calendar Additional Information
Project Jáltipan – Salina Cruz. States of Veracruz and Oaxaca. Not available. The purpose of the pipeline is to strengthen the existing infrastructure in the region by constructing a pipeline of 247 Kilometers of length. USD $643.0 million Biding call and guidelines have not been released. N/A
Project Lazaro Cárdenas – Acapulco. States of Guerrero and Michoacán. Not available. Construction of a gas pipeline with a length of approximately 331 Kilometers. USD $456.0 million Biding call and guidelines have not been released. N/A
Project Salina Cruz-Tapachula. States of Oaxaca and Chiapas. Not available. Construction of a gas pipeline with a length of approximately 400 Kilometers. USD $442.0 million Biding call and guidelines have not been released. N/A
Project Ramones – Cempoala. States of Nuevo León and Veracruz. Not available. Construction of a gas pipeline with a length of approximately 855 Kilometers. USD $2.0 billion Biding call and guidelines have not been released. Pursuant to the latest review made by CENAGAS and the Energy Ministry to this project and due to the fact that the pipeline Sur of Texas – Tuxpan offers a similar route, SENER will analyze the convenience of this call.

Comments:

The projects referred herein above have been announced by CENGAS and are included in the document entitled "First Review of the Five Year Term Plan for the Expansion of the Sistragas 2015 – 2019" which can be consulted in the web page:

http://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attachment/file/116777/511_DGGNP_260_16_OT_11_Primera_Revisi_n_PQ.pdf

5. National Hydrocarbons Commission.

Project Description Location Contractual Scheme Scope Estimated Investment Dates / Calendar Additional Information
Second Tender, Round 2 North and South of Mexico License Contracts Tender comprises 12 contractual areas in onshore fields which have as main resource wet and dry gas as well as oil Estimated investments of USD $5.0 billion Request to access to virtual data room September 05, 2016 to December 05, 2016

Access to virtual data room September 09, 2016 to April 04, 2017

Visit to contractual areas December 05, 2016 to March 03, 2017

First queries stage August 24, 2016 to November 21, 2016

Second queries stage August 24, 2016 to December 08, 2016

Third queries stage August 24, 2016 to March 03, 2017

Inscription payment September 09, 2016 to December 08, 2016

Reception of prequalification documents December 19, 2016

Filing of proposals April 05, 2017

Process has begun.

All related information may be consulted at:

www.rondasmexico.gob.mx

Third Tender. Round 2 Oil provinces of Burgos, Tampico-Misanta, Veracruz and South basins Licensee Contracts Tender comprises 14 contractual located in the oil provinces. Estimated investments UDS $11,250 Bidding guidelines published on November 15th, 2016. Process has begun.

All related information may be consulted at:

www.rondasmexico.gob.mx

PEMEX Farm-out

Ayin-Batsil

Shallow waters of the Mexican Gulf Production Sharing Agreement Tender comprises 2 contractual area to be exploited in partnership with PEMEX Estimated investments

USD $4.2 billion

Bidding guidelines published on March 07, 2017. Process has begun.

All related information may be consulted at:

www.rondasmexico.gob.mx

PEMEX Farm-out

Cardenas-Mora

Onshore areas located in the State of Tabasco Licensee Contract Tender comprises 2 contractual area to be exploited in partnership with PEMEX N/A Bidding guidelines published on May 02, 2017. Process has begun.

All related information may be consulted at:

www.rondasmexico.gob.mx

PEMEX Farm-out Ogarrio Onshore area located in the State of Tabasco Licensee Contract Tender comprises 1 contractual area to be exploited in partnership with PEMEX N/A Bidding guidelines published on May 02, 2017. Process has begun.

All related information may be consulted at:

www.rondasmexico.gob.mx

Additionally, on May, 2017, the Energy Ministry released information related to the short-term expected plans, which include:

  • Round 2.4 in deep waters of the Mexican Gulf and onshore areas with none-conventional resources.
  • Round 3 for shallow water blocks, onshore conventional areas, deep-waters and areas with none-conventional resources.
  • Farm out for the area known as Nobilis-Maximino in ultra-deep waters of the Mexican Gulf.
  1. Other Energy Projects.
Project Description Location Contractual Scheme Scope Estimated Investment Dates / Calendar Additional Information
New Mexican International Airport Mexico City Public works The fuel terminal at the New Mexico City International Airport (NAICM) is a storage area with capacity of 50 million liters in 4 tanks, while the distribution network includes 40 km of fuel distribution and recovery lines, as well as substations and transformers. The most relevant characteristics are:

Storage of fuel: 4-tank farm. – Recovery fuel area: 300 m2 surface. – Substations, transformers and emergency generators (in an area of 270 m2). – Diesel storage: 83 m2. – Parking for trucks: includes 2 parking areas, the first one occupies an area of 1,320 m2 and the second one occupies an area of 460 m2. – Fuel pumps: 2,700 m2. – Reception, filtration, measurement and PEMEX fuel transfer zone: includes 2 phases, each with an area of 1,370 m2; only the first one will be built in this phase of the project.

N/A Under preparation.

Request for proposals and proposal reception expected to take place during the third quarter of 2017

Ruling to take place during the fourth quarter of 2017

N/A
New Mexican International Airport Mexico City Public works Construction of the fuel terminal in the southeastern campus of the New Mexico City International Airport.

Fuel storage Fuel recovery area Substations, transformers and emergency generator

Diesel Storage Parking for trucks Fuel pumps Reception, filtration, measurement and PEMEX fuel transfer zone

Capacities:

Total annual demand: 47.3 million liters of jet fuel Total monthly demand: 3.9 million liters of jet fuel Average daily demand: 129.6 thousand liters of jet fuel

N/A Under preparation.

Proposals reception: 1stquarter 2018

Ruling is expected for the 1st quarter of 2018

Execution starting date: 1st quarter 2018

N/A
  1. Public Private Partnership Projects (undergoing and pending to be called)

The Mexican Finance Ministry has recently announced a strategy to promote public-private partnership projects in Mexico in order to develop new infrastructure, mainly related to transportation, security, education, health and water. These projects have been divided in two blocks that comprise undergoing tenders and tenders expected to be called soon.

The estimated investments for the projects referred herein below is of $58.261 billion pesos.

Block I

Social Security Mexican Institute (IMSS)

Process Project Description Stage Investments
General Hospital in Bahía de Banderas, Nayarit. Design, construction, finance, operation and maintenance of a hospital with a capacity of 144 beds, 35 doctors' offices, among others. Tender currently under preparation. Bidding guidelines expected to be released on March 2017. $1,287.7 mdp
General Hospital in the Municipality of García, Nuevo León. Design, construction, finance, operation and maintenance of a hospital with a capacity of 260 beds, 46 doctors' offices, among others. Bidding guidelines were published on February 2017. Awarding of contract is expected to take place on June 2017. $2,056.6 mdp
General Hospital in the Municipality of Tepotzotlán, Mexico. Design, construction, finance, operation and maintenance of a hospital with a capacity of 260 beds, 46 doctors' offices, among others. Tender currently under preparation. Bidding guidelines expected to be released on May 2017. $2,010.6 mdp
General Hospital in the Municipality of Tapachula, Chiapas. Design, construction, finance, operation and maintenance of a hospital with a capacity of 180 beds, 36 doctors' offices, among others. Bidding guidelines were published on September 2016. Awarding of contract is expected to take place on May 2017. $1,539 mdp

Security and Social Services Institute for the State Workers (ISSSTE)

Process Project Description Stage Investments
General Hospital Aquiles Calles Ramírez in the Municipality of Tepic, Nayarit. Construction of a new medical unit with capacity of 150 beds and 35 doctors' offices. Bidding guidelines were published on February 2017. Awarding of contract is expected to take place on July 2017. $1,341.4 mdp
General Hospital in Mexico City. Construction of a new medical unit with capacity of 150 beds and 35 doctors' offices. Bidding guidelines were published on February 2017. Awarding of contract is expected to take place on July 2017. $1,933.2 mdp
General Hospital Dr. Daniel Gurria Urgell in the Municipality of Villahermosa, Tabasco. Construction of a new medical unit with capacity of 90 beds and 29 doctors' offices. Bidding guidelines were published on February 2017. Awarding of contract is expected to take place on June 2017. $862.2 mdp

Block II

Security and Social Services Institute for the State Workers (ISSSTE)

Process Project Description Stage Investments
Substitution of the General Hospital "Dr. Santiago Ramón Cajal" in Durango, Durango. Construction of a new medical unit with 126 beds and 30 doctor´s offices. Awarded contract will have a term of 25 years. Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. $1,127 mdp
Substitution of the General Hospital in Tampico, Tamaulipas. Construction of a new medical unit with 150 beds and 27 doctor´s offices. Awarded contract will have a term of 25 years. Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. $1,341 mdp
Substitution of the General Hospital "Dr. Francisco Galindo Chavez" in Torreón, Coahuila. Construction of a new medical unit with 120 beds and 24 doctor´s offices. Awarded contract will have a term of 25 years. Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. $1,073 mdp
Construction of a new General Hospital in the North zone of Mexico City. Construction of a new medical unit with 200 beds and 35 doctor´s offices. Awarded contract will have a term of 25 years. Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. $1,547 mdp
Construction of a new General Hospital in the east zone of Mexico City. Construction of a new medical unit with 250 beds and 29 doctor´s offices. Awarded contract will have a term of 25 years. Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. $1,933 mdp
Substitution of the General Hospital of Acapulco, Guerrero. Construction of a new medical unit with 150 beds and 27 doctor´s offices. Awarded contract will have a term of 25 years. Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. $1,341.38 mdp

Security

Process Project Description Stage Investments
Expansion and equipment of the penitentiary complex Papantla, Veracruz. Expansion of the penitentiary complex of Papantla, Veracruz, which has a surface area of 28.1 hectares designed for 2,160 persons, Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. 3,479 mdp

Education

Process Project Description Stage Investments
Maintenance and modernization of the basic education infrastructure. Maintenance and modernization of 1m545 basic level schools in different States on Mexico. Analysis and studies for the biding process are under preparation. $2,124.2 md
  1. Other Infrastructure Projects.
Project Description Location Contractual Scheme Scope Estimated Investment Dates / Calendar Additional Information
Complementary and Conservation works of Track Lighting Systems 05L-2. Mexico City International Airport. Public works agreement, awarded by Public Bid. The Scope is the complementary and conservation works of Track Lighting Systems 05L-2, of the referred International Airport. N/A Any bid proposal shall be submitted no later than June 26th, 2017 The terms for the bid ("Bases") may be reviewed at Compranet webpage.

The entity responsible for this public procurement is the Procurements and Contracts Bureau of the Mexico City International Airport.

The email provided by the entity is the following: rjimenez@aicm.com.mx

Comments:

It is important to inform, that early this month, January 2017, was announced by the Ministry of Communications and Transportation, that the consortium owned by the business man, Carlos Slim Helú, acquired a nearly $4 billion contract for the construction of the terminal for the New Airport of Mexico City. The consortium which acquired such contract, is controlled by Grupo Carso (Group owned by Slim).

The infrastructure of this new airport will be one of the largest infrastructure projects that will be developed in Latin America (according to information provided by Forbes.com).

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