DALLAS — Isolux Corsan Group, a private Spanish developer, could finance and build the next major link in a beltway around the Denver metro area if it reaches agreement with the Jefferson Parkway Public Highway Authority.

The company, one of Spain’s largest engineering and construction firms, was one of several that responded to the parkway authority’s request for proposals in February. The authority’s board of directors voted last week to begin talks with the company.

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