Panama: Companies Bid for Infrastructure Works

The Ministry of Works received bids for the canalization of the Gallinaza river and the construction of buildings in the Allbrook area.

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

A single bid was submitted for the La Gallinaza project, and was made by A & J Associates, Inc., for $ 6.39 million.

Three companies submitted proposals for the design, preparation of construction drawings, specifications, construction and renovation of buildings No. 1018 and 811, located in the Allbrook area, including: Construction ARCO S.A., with a price of $ 9.76 million, RM Engineering Inc., with $ 10.16 million and Constructora Meco S.A., for $ 10.32 million. The estimated price by the authorities was $ 9.5 million.

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Award: School Infrastructure for $40 million

May 2016

In Panama Constructora MECO SA has been awarded contracts for studies, design, construction, replacement of ranch-style infrastructure and other renovations and expansions in schools nationwide, Phase 1.

In the tender for the replacement, remodeling and expansion of schools in the District of Muna, Ngobe Bugle, Constructora MECO SA submitted a bid of $40.4 million, competing with proposals from Bienes Raices y Construcciones Nostrot S.A. and Metales Panamericanos, S. A., who bid $40.4 million and $5.6 million respectively.

Panama: Five bids for Infrastructure Works

April 2011

Five companies submitted bids for the tender for the design and construction of roads and bridges in East Panama.

The participating companies are:

• Santa Fe Construction Ltd., who offered to do the work for $62, 66 million.

• PADCA, SA, Constructora Meco, Inc. Accidental Association Condotte and Panama / Grupo Corporativo, SA, who each bid $59.6 million.

Offers Received for Enrique Jimenez Airport Construction

September 2010

Six companies have submitted bids constructing the new airport in the province of Colón, northern Panama.

The lowest economic offer was presented by Grupo San José with $52.97 million, while the highest was from FCC Construction with $99.49 million.

Panama's Civil Aviation Authority (AAC in Spanish) indicated that the next step is for an evaluation committee to review the information provided before choosing which company meets the appropriate criteria to be awarded the project, according to Panamá América's web portal.

6 Companies Interested in “Manuel Castillo” Residential Project

July 2010

So far, at least 6 companies have expressed their interest in developing the $25 million project in Panama.

These companies, which must submit their bids on July 7, are Meco, Constructora Novoa, Heymocol-Promocon, Ingeniería Rec, Omega Engineering Inc and Cedeño Consorcio.

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