Flight of the consortium of Mexican construction that was formed towards the procurement of works by the New Airport of Mexico City (NAICM) and grew in number of crew and still has seats available, according to Luis Zárate, President of the Chamber the Mexican Construction Industry (CMIC).
Announced during the first half of September, the consortium had been originally included nine Vaughn canvas sneaker, which have already joined at least 10 members and the door is still open to adding more firms or consortiums Zárate Rocha said.
“He has joined the consortium group of companies very experienced in the states of Nuevo León, Jalisco, and the State of Mexico,” said president of the CMIC, who said that the organ which has received requests for admission, but the board of directors of the Airport Consorcio Mexicano (Consam)-as constructor- consortium appointed who has endorsed and endorse the eventual arrival of new partners.
Firms know that the competition will be intense international peers and are gaining experience. Originally, Consam was composed of ICA, Carso, Coconal, GIA, Hermes, Marhnos, Prodemex and Teya, among the most important; but from 10th September to date have been uploaded to the project other firms as GMD, Grupo Garza Ponce, Maiz Mier, Indisa, Omega, Gutsa Cimesa and Jalisco consortium of firms like ralph lauren vaughn, Timosa or Casgo Group, including .
Zárate Rocha said addressing new members due to the complexity of the work, which will require specialized builders.
With a view to their first tenders which could be launched before the end of this year, he added that the way the consortium is not yet definitive, as an alternative is to be split to meet the specific needs of each of the areas of engineering new airport. “A B option would be to do three consortia by Specialty: works for land, air and all ancillary works,” he explained.
Announced just over a month ago by President Enrique Pena, will have a projected NAICM more 180,000 million (131,000 million for the actual construction of the airport and more than 50,000 for the deployment of additional works), the amount of which cost CMIC estimated that between 60 and 70% could fall into the hands of Mexican companies.
“I believe that the civil works, do all the domestic industry; if we enter to radar or underground networks to supply jet fuel to the 140 positions that have the airport there or partner with foreign companies or perhaps the authorities decide to make a separate competition, “said Luis Zárate.
Categorical, the maximum of Mexican union leader builders envisioned the construction of NAICM mark a before and after in the Mexican construction industry.
“We’ll be in the eyes of the world, the work must meet the highest standards and our participation should leave no room for doubt if what we want is not to what was the construction industry (Mexico) last “he concluded.