30 year concession for the design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of N-636 between Gerediaga and Elorrio, and maintaining and operating the existing stretch of the Elorrio bypass. The company’s revenues will come from availability payments which will be made from the completion of the constructions works until the end of the concession. This payment will be made by the Province of Bizkaya. The concession agreement was signed on the 28th of May 2012. The financial close shall occur in a 8 month period, counting from the concession agreement signing date.
|Company||Sociedad Concesionaria Autovía Gerediaga Elorrio, S.A.
|Financial Close||before 26 Janeiro 2013
|Deal Size||Eur 309.0 M (prospective)|
ALBEA is the holder of a DBFOM concession of 18km in the north of France. The concession runs from Yvetot to Barentin, and its valid until 2066. The project has motorway profile, and after completion it will connect the cities of Le Havre and Rouen through a motorway standard. The project revenues will come from tolls charged to users. The project will be partially funded from subventions to be paid by the French government and the Haute Normandie regional authority during the construction.
177 bd Yser
|Financial Close||20-December 2011
|Deal Size||Eur 233.0 M|
GTC is the holder of a DBFOM concession of 152km in the north of Poland, from Gdansk to Torun, valid until 2039. The project, part of the country’s A1 motorway, is divided in two sections - the first section of 89.5km from Gdansk to Nowe Marzy was completed in 2008. The second section, 62.4km from Nowe Marzy to Torun, was awarded in 2008 and the construction was completed in October 2011. The infrastructure is presently under full operation. The A1 is part of the E75 European road linking Scandinavia to the countries located along the Mediterranean Sea.
|Company||Gdansk Transport Company S.A.|
|Shareholding||50.00% of NDIA (shareholder of GTC with 25.31%)|
|Investment Stage||Brownfield (both Section 1 & Section 2)|
|Financial Close||21-December 2009|
|Deal Size||Eur 1,800 M|
30 year Subconcession for the design, construction, financing, operation, road widening, refurbishment and maintenance of several roads under a regime that combines service and availability payments. The infrastructure has 68 km, of which 17 km will be tolled. Half of the infrastructure (34 km) will be built, additionally, a road with an extension of 5 km will refurbished and then transferred back to the Grantor
|Company||AEBT - Auto-Estradas do Baixo Tejo, S.A.|
|Financial Close||23-January 2009
|Deal Size||Eur 396.5 M|
30 year Subconcession for the design, construction, financing, operation, road widening and maintenance of several roads under a regime that combines service and availability payments. The infrastructure has 112 km, of which 82 km will be built. The infrastructure has in the majority of the course an expressway profile and only 28 km have a motorway profile, being tolled on a section with 19 km. There is an 8 km stretch which will be maintained and operated during the first five years and then it will be transferred back to the Grantor.
|Company||AELO – Auto-Estradas do Litoral Oeste, S.A.|
|Financial Close||26-February 2009
|Deal Size||Eur 629.0 M|
Following a competitive process, a group of investors that included TIIC acquired the largest car parking operator in Spain and the fourth in Europe, Cintra Aparcamientos, from Cintra Infraestruturas. The group of investors also included ASSIP, the controlling shareholder of the market leader in Portugal, Emparque. After the closing, Cintra Aparcamientos and Emparque where merged, and the resulting company Empark is now the market leader in the Iberian Peninsula, with operations in Spain, Portugal, Andorra, UK and Turkey.
|Company||Empark Aparcamientos y Servicios, S.A.
|Location||Spain, Portugal, Andorra, UK and Turkey|
|Financial Close||23-July 2009
|Deal Size||Eur 451.0 M|