Six Companies Bid Highway Construction Project in El Salvador

The consortium of Constructora MECO, SBI International, Santa Fe-CODOCSA, Astaldi, Consorcio Vial Fomilenio y Corporación M&S presented the proposals for the North Longitudinal construction project.

Tuesday, February 10, 2009 reports: “The proposals included a range of $29 million to $40 million for asphalt concrete; meanwhile, in the case of hydraulic concrete, the proposals were from more than $35 million to a little more than $44 million, as was recorded in the meeting minutes signed by the representatives of Fomilenio and participating construction companies.
José Angel Quirós said, ´We believe that we will be awarding the project relatively soon.´”

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Proposals to build a 50.6 km expansion of the Inter-American highway range between $75 and $182 million.

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6 Bids for Longitudinal Highway Stretch

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The received bids for construction of the second stretch of the Northern Longitudinal Highway in El Salvador will be analyzed both technically and economically.

Some of the companies involved are "Asocio Temporal Inversiones OMNI (Multipav)", "Asocio CPK – Simán", "Constructora MECO", "Constructora Santa Fe Ltda", "Constructora Linares" and "Equipos de Construcción".

El Salvador: Bidding Opens for Longitudinal Highway

March 2009

The bidding for the second section (13.4 km) of the Longitudinal Highway North was opened.

There were six companies that made bids: MNV S.A. Gaskapital GRSA Consortium, the Italian company ASTALDI S.p.A., Constructora Santa Fe, Meco, CPK Consultores and SBI International Holding.

Highway to be put to tender in December in El Salvador

November 2008

Parsons Consulting, a Canadian company, has completed the feasibility study for the construction of the North Longitudinal Highway (CLN).

One of the goals proposed by executive director of Fomilenio, Jose Angel Quiros, was to complete the feasibility study as soon as possible in order to speed up the designs for the CLN and to begin construction at the earliest possible time.

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