The Torc Housing Partnership consortium, of which OHL's subsidiary is part Infrastructure Path, and its strategic partners Equitix, Kajima and Tuath, will be responsible for designing, financing, building and operating, under a private public partnership (PPP) regime, 465 new social housing sustainable in Ireland for an investment of more than 130 million euros, as announced by the Spanish construction group in a statement.
This project, under the model of payment for availability (fixed payments by the grantor) is the second government investment package in social housing in the region and covers the counties of Cork, Kildare, Clare, Galway, Waterford and Roscommon. This is the first contract awarded by Senda Infraestructuras as a subsidiary of OHL in the field of concession promotion.
Specifically, the agreement includes the construction and maintenance of 110 apartments and 355 houses and incorporates the provision of management and maintenance services after its construction during a period of 25 years.
The award responds to the second batch of an innovative program that includes a total of 1,500 sustainable social housing launched thanks to the growth potential of the real estate sector in Ireland, where there is a significant demand for housing.
OHL has reported that it will form a joint venture (Temporary Business Union) with the Irish building reference company JJ Rhatigan. They will incorporate the Building Information Modeling (BIM) methodology and will be built according to the almost zero energy consumption criteria, nZEB (Nearly Zero Energy Buildings), according to the requirements of the Building Energy Efficiency Directive (2010/31 / EC).
National and international presence
In addition to this award in a public-private partnership regime in Ireland, OHL has added through Senda Infraestructuras the management of Port of Roda de Bará (Tarragona), Marina Urola (Zumaia), the Burgos Hospital, he CHUM (Canada), the Toledo Hospital, he Navarra Canal, the police stations of Horta and Sant Andreu (Barcelona) and the Justice Center from Santiago de Chile.
In the field of residential building, OHL has also built in Ireland the Portrane mental health forensic hospital for an amount exceeding 140 million euros that will have an area of 24,000 m2 and 120 beds.
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