Panama Puts Road Infrastructure Out to Tender

The contract is for design and construction of overpasses and viaducts in the capital´s Via Brazil.

Friday, November 5, 2010

The Ministry´s of Public Works bid terms provides $5 million to implement an environmental management plan and relocation of utilities.

Technical and economic proposals must be submitted by Dec. 13th.

These works are part of the future Via Brazil corridor.

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Panama: Bids for Road Maintenance

February 2016

The companies CIT Construye, Transcaribe Trading and Central Vías submitted bids for asphalting, paving, reconstruction of curbs, and construction of storm drains, in the divisions of Metrovial and Área Canalera.

From a statement issued by the Ministry of Public Works:

For an amount of B /.

Panama: Road Works Tenders Announced

October 2013

President Martinelli requested to put out to tender, as soon as possible, the roadworks on Via España to connect it with the North and South corridors.

In addition to the stretch of road on Via España other interventions are planned for some of the avenues in the capital such as Samuel Lewis and the exit from the Costa del Este, as well as the construction of viaducts and overpasses.

Road Expansion Will Decongest Traffic

January 2013

An extension of 7 kilometers from the Masaya highway that will be managed by the Nicaragua Ministry of Transportation will decongest vehicular traffic, but will bring in temporary complications for businesses established along the highway.

On Sunday January 20, works started with the removal of two pedestrian bridges and some signs, located at kilometer 7 of the highway to Masaya.

Panama: $ 112 Million in Infrastructure

February 2011

The Ministry of Works has awarded four contracts for road realignment projects in the city of Panama.

Contracts were awarded to Conalvías, Transacaribe Trading, MCM Global Consorcio Intersecciones and Constructora Meco.

"Conalvías will be responsible for building a viaduct in Avenida de los Martires for $ 29.3 million ... and a viaduct and extension of Avenida de La Amistad for $ 20.5 million” reported Prensa.com.

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