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Currie & Brown appointed as Technical Advisers on Spanish PPP project


Currie & Brown's London-based international consultancy team has been appointed as technical adviser for the "A2 project" in Spain, by the funders MLA Société Générale.

The EURO 230 million PPP project in Zaragoza is part of an investment programme by the Spanish Ministry of Infrastructure to upgrade the main network of roads across Spain.

Currie & Brown, the international asset management consultancy, will have a team of five from its London office providing technical support to MLA Société Générale, focusing on the identification of risks.

Santiago Klein, Director at Currie & Brown commented:
"We were delighted to be chosen once again by MLA Société Générale as their technical advisors following our work for them on the Madrid Calle 30 project. This latest appointment reinforces our established track record as the technical advisers of choice within the PPP arena."

The work, which is being carried out by the Spanish contractor Ferrovial, will see major refurbishment work carried out on a 110 km stretch of motorway between Calatayud and Alfajarin in Zaragoza, as well as the operation, maintenance and infrastructure replacement programme over the next 19 years.


1. Currie & Brown is a global asset management consultancy headquartered in London, with 13 regional sites across the UK, and offices throughout Europe, Middle East, Asia, Australia, the Americas and associated offices in Africa.

2. Currie & Brown provides specialist expertise and consultancy services to key accounts and clients from four operating service divisions: Project Management, Cost Management, Consulting and Business Consultancy.

3. The company employs over 1000 people worldwide: 500 in the UK (50/50 split Scotland and England) and a further 500 in more than 50 overseas territories.

4. It is one of the world’s top 10 consultancies whose clients include Marks & Spencer, Royal Bank of Scotland, BBC, BAA, BP, Land Securities Trillium and Shell Exploration.

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