Nicaragua Launches Tender for the Construction of Four Bridges

The municipality of Wiwilí Nueva Segovia called a tender for construction of the four structures, with a reference price of $ 742.000.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

As stated in the terms of the tender, interested parties must bid for all four bridges in a single offer.

The bridges to be built are:
- Bridge San Jacinto ($ 302.100)
- Bridge Caño de Los Bravos ($ 180.634)
- Bridge Salamar ($ 208.225)
- Bridge Okonwas ($ 51.813)

The project should be completed in seven months, and those interested should submit their bids on April 28th.

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Of the three companies that had expressed interest in the bidding process, only Condelta submitted its offer.

The mayor of El Progreso, Alexander Lopez, in the act of opening the bids stated,".. that the conditions (of the tender) state that when only one company presents an offer there is enough basis to grant legal permission to run the project, therefore the company responsible for the works is Condelta." Reported an article in Laprensa.hn

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The Ministry of Public Works (MOP) has put out to tender the construction and renovation of four bridges.

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The Ministry of Works has only received two bids for the tender for the reconstruction of the Colima and El Tule bridges on the North Trunk Road.

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