Panama: Three Bids for Design of Governmental City

F. G. Guardia y Asociados, Consorcio Ciudad Gubernamental Proyecto Arnaiz and Omniconsult submitted their proposals.

Friday, January 14, 2011

Tenders submitted, with a reference price of $ 600 thousand, are for the design, development plans, environmental impact assessment and technical specifications.

"A year ago, the Government revealed that building the governmental city could represent $ 500 million. The large sum is seen as an investment, compared with $ 50 million paid by the state in rents," reports Prensa.com.

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Five Bids for Government City

March 2011

Five companies offered proposals for design services and development plans of the Government City.

This bidding process had a reference price of $600.000, and the proposals received were as follows:

Asociación Accidental Cotrans-Norris, $554.795

Prointec, S.A., $540,000.11

Cotrans-Norris to Design Panama's "Government City"

April 2011

The bid evaluation committee has awarded the contract to design and develop the construction plans for Panama's new "Government City" ("Ciudad Gubernamental" in Spanish) to Cotrans-Norris.

Of the five companies that took part in the public tender (Prointec, F.G. Guardia y Asociados, Consorcio Ciudad Gubernamental Proyetco-Arnaiz, Consorcio A.A.P.-Castinsa and Cotrans-Norris) only Cotrans-Norris and F.G.

Panama: New Tender for City Government

February 2011

By declaring as void the contract call for design of the City Government, the Government of Panama will launch a new tender.

Determined by the evaluation committee, none of the three companies which submitted bids, F. G. Guardia y Asociados, Consorcio Ciudad Gubernamental Proyecto Arnaiz, and Omniconsult, managed to meet the minimum requirements set out in the terms and conditions of the project.

$500 Million for Government City in Panama

October 2009

The project Government City ("Ciudad Gubernamental"), starts in 2010, with the construction of a new head office for the Electoral Court.

It will require an investment between $500 and $600 million, and will be located in the Curundú Market, explained Alberto Vallarino, Economy Minister.

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