Mexico's federal airport operator ASA has issued a call for US firms to provide technical assistance for an airport development and management project.
The technical assistance will involve providing recommendations to optimize routes, facilities, and equipment deployed at four Mexican airports: Cuernavaca, Puebla, Querétaro and Toluca, according to the US federal business opportunities website.
The project will build on US Trade and Development Agency's (USTDA) recent investments in Mexico's airport infrastructure in support of the country's national infrastructure program (PNI). USTDA is funding the studies with a $395,000 grant.
Bids are due to be presented to ASA on April 6, 2011.