PPP Vial Circuito 6 (IDBI-12986-01)

Countries
  • Uruguay
Geographic location where the impacts of the investment may be experienced.
Financial Institutions
  • IDB Invest (IDBI)
International, regional and national development finance institutions. Many of these banks have a public interest mission, such as poverty reduction.
Project Status
Proposed
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Bank Risk Rating
B
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Voting Date
Dec 18, 2020
Date when project documentation and funding is reviewed by the Board for consideration and approval. Some development banks will state a "board date" or "decision date." When funding approval is obtained, the legal documents are accepted and signed, the implementation phase begins.
Borrower
Circuito Seis Cuchilla Grande SA
A public entity (government or state-owned) provided with funds or financial support to manage and/or implement a project.
Investment Type(s)
Loan
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Investment Amount (USD)
Not Disclosed
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Primary Source

Original disclosure @ IDBI website

Updated in EWS Apr 15, 2021

Disclosed by Bank Nov 15, 2020


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Project Description
If provided by the financial institution, the Early Warning System Team writes a short summary describing the purported development objective of the project and project components. Review the complete project documentation for a detailed description.

The “Circuito 6” project consists of upgrading 78 km of the existing Route 6 in the Oriental Republic of Uruguay, which connects Montevideo with the Brazilian border and crosses the departments of Montevideo, Canelones, Florida, Durazno, Cerro Largo, Tacuarembó, and Rivera (the "Project"). Pursuant to the Public-Private Participation Law and related regulations, and after an international public tender, the Ministry of Transportation and Public Works (MTOP) has awarded the construction, 20-year operation, and financing of the road infrastructure of Route 6 to the concessionaire Circuito Seis Cuchilla Grande SA, formed by the Spanish firm Rover Infraestructuras SA and the Uruguayan firm Construcciones Viales y Civiles SA (CVC). The maximum execution time for the initial works is 36 months. 

The Project's works include: i) widening and restoring existing pavement structures; ii) widening and restoring the intersections with other routes, secondary roads, and accesses to the main route; iii) expanding the road between Belloni and Route 74 to a two-way street; iv) building bicycle lanes; v) refurbishing and/or building bridges and storm drains; vi) installing lighting and signage and metal guardrails; and vii) constructing a bypass to the city of San Ramon.

People Affected By This Project
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Esta operacion ha sido clasificada preliminarmente en la Categoria B, de conformidad con la Politica de Sostenibilidad Ambiental y Social de BID Invest, debido a que los impactos ambientas y sociales, asi como los riesgos ocupacionales previstos, tanto para la etapa de construccon como de operacion son acotados, reversibles y gestionables mediante la aplicacion de planes y procedimientos conocidos en el sector.

De conformidad con la legislacion vigente, solo el bypass de San Ramon, de 8 kilometros de extension, que incluye ademas la construccion de tres nuevos puentes sobre el arroyo Pilatos, el rio Santa Lucia y el viejo cauce del rio Santa Lucia, y la construccion de un puente sobre el arroyo Tala (situado a 1 km al sur del inicio del bypass de San Ramon) requieren la presentacion de un estudio de Evaluacion de Impacto Ambiental ("EIA") para la obtencion de la Autorizacion Ambiental Previa ("AAP").

La Debida Diligencia Ambiental y Social ("DDAS") para el proyecto contemplara: i) la recopilacion y el analisis de la documentacion ambiental y social disponible; ii) la evaluacion de la capacidad de gestion ambiental y social del consorcio constructor; iii) la realizacion de reuniones virtuales con representantes del promotor del proyecto, del consorcio constructor, de las autoridades gubernamentales (en especial de la Direccion de Topografia del MTOP, vinculada a la gestion de reasentamiento involuntario) y, eventualmente, de terceras partes que pudieran sentirse afectadas por el Proyecto; iv) la identificacion de eventuales impactos y riesgos que no hubieran sido senalados o adecuadamente evaluados en los estudios ambientales y sociales correspondientes; y v) el analisis del cumplimiento del Proyecto con la Politica de Sostenibilidad Ambiental y Social de BID Invest. Como resultado del proceso de DDAS BID Invest preparara un Resumen de la Revision Ambiental y Social ("RRAS" o "ESRS", por sus siglas en ingles) y un Plan de Accion Ambiental y Social ("PAAS" o "ESAP", por sus siglas en ingles) que estaran disponibles en este sitio web.

Sobre la base de la informacion recibida y revisada a la fecha, las Normas de Desempeno (ND) que el Proyecto estaria activando son: ND1: Evaluacion y gestion de los riesgos e impactos ambientales y sociales; ND2: Trabajo y condiciones laborales; ND3: Eficiencia del uso de los recursos y prevencion de la contaminacion; ND4: Salud y seguridad de la comunidad y ND5: Adquisicion de tierras y reasentamiento involuntario. La determinacion final de las ND que el Proyecto activaria sera efectuada al termino del proceso de DDAS.

Informacion Adicional

Para preguntas y comentarios a BID Invest, contactar:

Nombre: Grupo de Comunicacion de BID Invest

Correo electronico:requestinformation@idbinvest.org

Adicionalmente, las comunidades afectadas pueden acceder al Mecanismo Independiente de Consulta e Investigacion (MICI) de la CII de la siguiente forma:

Numero de telefono: +1 (202) 623-3952

Numero de fax: +1 (202) 312-4057

Direccion: 1300 New York Ave. NW Washington, DC. USA. 20577

Correo electronico:mecanismo@iadb.orgoMICI@iadb.org

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Amount requested: up to USD 45,000,000.00


Contact Information
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Para preguntas acerca del Proyecto contactar favor contactar a:

Nombre: Horacio Garcia Terra
Titulo: Director y representante tecnico de Construcciones Viales y Civiles S.A.
Numero de telefono: +59826037513
Correo electronico:
hgt@cvc.com.uy

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You can submit a request for information disclosure at: https://www.iadb.org/en/access-information/information-request

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