The 19th National Infrastructure Conference began in the city of Cartagena. With the presence of AC&A and organized by the Colombian Chamber of Infrastructure (CCI), the event had a record attendance and served as the platform for the most recent announcements in the sector.
The Conference was opened by the President of Colombia, Gustavo Petro, who highlighted the need to change the economic paradigm and proposed building a railway line that would link “the Pacific and the Atlantic.”
For his part, the President of the Colombian Chamber of Infrastructure, Dr. Juan Martin Caicedo Ferrer, said: “The entire world has understood that infrastructure is one of the real roads to progress.” The list of attendees included Guillermo Reyes, Minister of Transportation, and, representing our company, Eng. Roberto Agosta, President of AC&A, along with engineers Juan Caneda and Miguel Uranga.
The presence of our company in such an important event is not only an evidence of our continuous growth, but also consistent with our contract for the Supervision of the technical appendices for the tender for the Bogotá metro line 2 through Financiera Desarrollo Nacional (FDN).