Airport development

08 May 2008

Mexico: Mexico's national airport operator, ASA has appointed a ICA as to lay the foundations for Terminal 2 of Mexico City International Airport.

The MXP 373 million (US$ 35 million) contract is the first stage in a MXP 5.4 billion (US$ 510 million) investment plan for the airport. This includes the second terminal and an inter—terminal shuttle system.

ICA is also involved in the inter—terminal shuttle, along with Austrian partner, Doppelmayr Cable Car. The joint venture won the contract with a MXP 678 million (US$ 64 million) bid, after all its rivals withdrew from the tender process. Completion of the automated shuttle system is due towards the end of next year.

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