Panama Contracts Consultancy for Clean-up Project

The Health Ministry is inviting bids for consultancy services for the bay cleanup project.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

The consulting firm awarded with the contract will conduct the studies for the construction of additional works to consolidate the collection system, transmission, interception and treatment of waste-water from Panama City.

Prensa.com writes, "The studies are part of the sanitation project for the city and Panama Bay."

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Panama: Offers for Treatment Plant for $342 million

November 2015

Three business groups submitted proposals to build and operate for ten years the second module of the wastewater treatment plant in the city of Panama.

The three groups who submitted technical and financial proposals were: the consortium Acciona PTAR Juan Diaz, the consortium Suez, which is part of the construction company Odebrecht , and OTV CQV - Meco.

Honduras: $ 5 Million for Water Treatment

January 2011

The Municipality of San Pedro Sula will invest in wastewater treatment projects.

Fredy Fugón, Superintendent of Public Works said that among projects is the construction of four storm drains in the area of Jardines del Valle, which will be tendered shortly.

"Fugón said construction of water collectors will also take place in the same area of Jardines del Valle, around the area of 27th and 33rd Street, bid process which began last week with ads published in city media," reports Tiempo.hn.

Guatemala: $4.38 Million for Sanitation Infrastructure

July 2010

The funds will go toward a project to build a sewage collection and drainage system in Antigua, Guatemala.

The town’s governor, Marvin Barrios, commented that, “this is a priority project and must be carried out as soon as possible for the benefit of the population of Antigua. We will work to ensure it is managed flexibly, to a high standard and transparently”.

Panama to Expand Water and Sanitation Services

September 2010

Investments will target cities in central and western provinces, along with low-income suburban communities near Panama City.

Panama will expand coverage and improve the quality of water supply services and sewer systems in cities near its capital and in its central and western provinces with a $40 million loan approved by the Inter-American Development Bank.

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