As part of a series of major reforms and initiatives, the government of Mexico released in May of 2014 a multi-year National Infrastructure Program that outlines the major programs and projects intended for execution through 2018. The government anticipates approximately $517 billion in communications, transportation, urban and rural development, energy, water, health, and tourism infrastructure investment to occur in this period. These 700+ infrastructure projects include federal, local and privately-sponsored development.
Project summaries for a number of these priority projects can be accessed by clicking the links below. If you would like additional information about a specific project, please click to fill out the online form associated with that project, and a Commercial Specialist from the U.S. Embassy in Mexico will get back to you within approximately 48 hours. In addition, the Commercial Service domestic office that covers your company location will be notified of your interest. Please check back frequently, as the projects will be updated weekly, or as we learn of new details and opportunities.
The U.S. Department of Commerce is leading:
A Renewable Energy Trade Mission to Mexico from May 16-20, 2016. This executive-led mission will include a full day at MIREC Week, Mexico’s premier renewable energy trade show.
To review overviews of priority projects in the energy, airports and ports, and water industry sub-sectors, please select the appropriate link below:
To assist your company in taking advantage of opportunities in Mexican infrastructure development, U.S. Commercial Service in-country and U.S.-based trade professionals are tracking projects closely. They can provide detailed market intelligence and trade leads to your firm, and help you develop tailored market entry and project bid strategies for your company.
To review a list of “Best Practices,” important links and other items your firm should keep in mind when considering public infrastructure opportunities in Mexico, please visit the page linked below:
The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) developed an infrastructure project guide as a reference tool to help U.S. companies in October 2014. To access the guide, which profiles projects and opportunities for U.S. exporters in a wide array of sub-sectors, please click the link below: