Bids were received from: Equipos de Construcción (ECON) and Constructora Meco S.A to build the project. With regards to supervision services, the submitted bids were from: Asocio Euroestudios-Cacisa; Rivera Garrouch, S.A de C.V; ASP Consultores-Asociación de Profesionales S.A de C.V; Planeamiento Arquitectura S.A de C.V; Roberto Salazar y Asociados-Ingenieros Consultores S.A de C.V; Cal y Mayor y Asociados S.A de C.V, y Consulta S.A. de C.V.
This step in the bid process comes after a period of consultation which involved the bidders, so that everyone had an equal opportunity to participate. Also, bidders already have the text of the Integrity Pact to subscribe voluntarily, which does not constitute a prerequisite for participating in the bidding process.
Finally the government of El Salvador has reported the results of the tender for the works on the Diego Hoguin Boulevard.
A statement from the Ministry of Public Works, Transportation and Housing and Urban Development reads:
The Minister of Public Works, Gerson Martinez, reported today ahead of the anticipated date for the award, the winners of the competitive tender for the project to complete the Diego de Holguín Boulevard Segment II, which has been subdivided in Section II-A and Section II-B, and whose order to proceed with work will be given in the next few days.
After two failed tender processes, El Salvador's Minsitry for Public Works (MOP in Spanish) has received four bids to construct the new highway.
The new highway will connect the country's capital San Salvador with Santa Tecla 9.9 kilometers (6.5 miles) away.
According to a MOP press release, of ten companies that were invited to tender, four have expressed an interest in building the second stretch of the Bulevar Diego de Holguín road, which will see the project completed.
The Ministry of Public Works will launch a new tender during the third week of March 2011.
The process was declared deserted because the companies did not comply with the minimum score required for the different phases of the process.
17 construction companies and an equal number of supervisors, including three international, acquired the terms: Equipos de Construcción (ECON) and Constructora Meco S.A, for contruction and supervisión of the project: Asocio Euroestudios-Cacisa; Rivera Harrouch, S.A de C.V; ASP Consultores-Asociación de Profesionales S.A de C.V; Planeamiento Arquitectura S.A de C.V; Roberto Salazar y Asociados-Ingenieros Consultores S.A de C.V; Cal y Mayor y Asociados S.A de C.V, and Consulta S.A. de C.V.
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