in Central America
Monday, July 14, 2014
The Spanish-American consortium made up of Ayesa Ingeniería y Arquitectura S.A, The Louis Berger Group and Metro de Barcelona will be responsible for the project management.
The Secretariat of the Panama Metro has awarded PML2 Consortium (Spanish-American) contract for Project Management (Project Management) of Metro Line 2.
Monday, February 22, 2010
The Dutch-American Consortium will analyze the best alternative for building a vehicular pass in the Atlantic end of the Canal.
lowest among the five participants, $895.000.
The remaining participants were T-Y-Lin/ Fugro Panamá/ Mott MacDonald/Omniconsult ($ 943,000.00), Moffat & Nichol/ Arup USA, Inc ($ 954,059.00), The Louis Berger Group/Amman&Whitney/ D2 Consult ($ 1,248,713.92) and TYPSA / CFC SL ($ 1,495,000.00).
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Odebrecth, URS Holdings and FCC Construcción are among the companies bidding for the project.
A coordination meeting (homologación) will be held on December 10th, while bids will be opened on December 21st.
"The future project is called 'Proyecto Curundú', and comprises transforming 160.000 square meters in the vecinity of Juan Demóstenes Arosmena Stadium and the Farmer's Market.
Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Groups "Poyry / Cal y Mayor", "Coteba", "Metro de Madrid / Mintra" and "Metro de Barcelona / Sener", submitted their bids.
On the other hand, URS Holdings and Parsons-Brinkerhoff, which had been shortlisted, decided not to bid for the consulting contract, which has a maximum price of $2 million.
Monday, August 31, 2009
IDB and CAF announced the six consortiums pre-selected for advising through the entire Metro project.
These are URS Holdings Inc. (U.S.A.), Parsons-Brinkerhoff (U.S.A.), Metro de Madrid (Spain) , Metro de Barcelona (Spain) , COTEBA (France) y POYRY/Cal y Mayor y Asociados (Switzerland and Mexico), informed Roberto Roy, executive secretary of the Panamanian Metro.