6 Bids for Longitudinal Highway Stretch

The received bids for construction of the second stretch of the Northern Longitudinal Highway in El Salvador will be analyzed both technically and economically.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Some of the companies involved are "Asocio Temporal Inversiones OMNI (Multipav)", "Asocio CPK – Simán", "Constructora MECO", "Constructora Santa Fe Ltda", "Constructora Linares" and "Equipos de Construcción".

"Bids for building the road with asphalt concrete have a minimum price of $12.7 million and a $18.8 maximum. Only two proposals were submitted for hydraulic concrete, one priced $14.9 million and the other $18.5 million", published Elsalvador.com.

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El Salvador: Bidding Opens for Longitudinal Highway

March 2009

The bidding for the second section (13.4 km) of the Longitudinal Highway North was opened.

There were six companies that made bids: MNV S.A. Gaskapital GRSA Consortium, the Italian company ASTALDI S.p.A., Constructora Santa Fe, Meco, CPK Consultores and SBI International Holding.

El Salvador: $14 Million for Northern Highway

September 2009

A new stretch of the 'Longitudinal del Norte' highway, dubbed '2B1', will be developed by builder Santa Fe Ltda., and finished October 2010.

It runs from Santa Rosa Guachipilín, in Santa Ana, to El Matazano in Chalatenango, extending over 7.8 km, with 2 lanes of 3.25 meters each.

El Salvador: Offers Presented for Northern Longitudinal Highway

August 2009

Six companies participated in the bidding process for the construction of stretch 2B1 of the Northern Longitudinal Highway.

Prices ranged from $14.1 million to $22.8 million, with the winner expected to be announced next week.

"The stretch to be built is 6 km long, with two 3.25 meter lanes each, and an extra 1.5 meters on each side", reports Laprensagrafica.com.

El Salvador: 7 Companies Bid for Longitudinal Highway

November 2009

Bids for stretch 5 of the "Longitudinal del Norte" highway range from $24.6 million to $41.7 million.

Construction will begin January 2010, and is expected to last for 22 months, explained José Ángel Quirós, Fomilenio's executive director.

Laprensagrafica.com reports: "The lowest priced bid was submitted by company 'FCC Construcción de Centroamérica S.A.', at $24.6 million for concrete asphalt.

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