Brazil to launch new hospital PPP

25 February 2013 The Brazilian state of Ceara is set to launch the tender for a new hospital project, PPP Bulletin understands.

Following a public hearing, which ended on January 21, the regional government will now launch the tender for the $132m design, build and operate concession in 15 days’ time.

The contract will run for a period of 25 years and will see the creation of a new 432-bed hospital, built over 38,000 square feet of land in state capital Fortaleza.

Earlier this month, the city of Sao Paolo also invited companies to submit feasibility studies for a new $310m medical logistics PPP, which includes construction, operation and maintenance of the Distribution Centers Hospital (CDH) in the city.

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22 November 2015.


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