The scandal has engulfed practically the entire construction industry in Argentina, even involving the family of current President Mauricio Macri.
His father Franco and brother Gianfranco were called before Judge Bonadio last week to answer questions relating to the Autopistas del Sol company, a subsidiary of the Macri Group, in connection with alleged bribes paid to secure highway contracts.
His cousin and businessman, Angelo Calcaterra has also been caught up in the probe.
The president, who held important roles in the family business started by his father before beginning a political career, has not commented on the case, while the government has said it respects the judiciary's independence.
Away from the corruption scandal, Mr Macri has his hands full managing an economic crisis that has seen the peso lose 50 per cent of its value against the dollar this year, while Argentina entered recession earlier this week.