Eptisa consolidates its presence in South America with a new 18 million dollars project in Peru

The Spanish engineering, reference provider of cadastral services, will be responsible for executing the project for a period of 3 years

May 25 2018

The multinational Eptisa, in consortium with the company Ingeniería, Estudios y Proyectos NIP, S.A., has been awarded two lots of the PTRT3 Cadastre Project in Peru for an amount of 18 million dollars.

The Public Investment Project "Cadastre, Rural Land Titling & Registration in Peru - Third Phase - PTRT3", is aimed to formalize the rural property of the families of the native communities, peasants and individual rural estates located in jungle zones and focused areas of the Peruvian highlands.

"With the award of this project, Eptisa continues consolidating its presence in South America, where it is already present in several countries, while contributing to the social development and welfare of its inhabitants," says David Pascual, Director of the Information, Monitoring and Control Technologies division. "Especially in Peru, where the country is undertaking a great commitment to ensure the future of its most disadvantaged communities."

In order to facilitate its implementation, the project has been divided into several lots, of which the consortium has been awarded two. The first one (lot 1) is called "Consulting Services for the execution of cadastre activities, titling and registration of rural lands and communities in the Amazon Region, Cajamarca and San Martin" and has the objective of titling 110,000 individual rural properties, 28 native communities and 4 rural communities. It is expected that more than 200,000 families located in disadvantaged areas will benefit from this project.

The second lot awarded (lot 4) is called "Consulting Services for the execution of cadastre activities, titling and registration of rural lands and communities in the Loreto Region" and will allow the titling of 250 native communities and 3,000 individual rural properties. In total, 7,500 families will benefit from the project by improving their income levels and reducing their poverty rate.

The PTRT3 Cadastral Project is co-financed by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Republic of Peru, and the Executing Unit for Sectoral Project Management (UEGPS) and the IDB are developing it.

In addition, you can see two videos with more details about each of the lots awarded (in Spanish):


 
 Eptisa consolidates its presence in South America with a new 18 million dollars project in Peru