Offers range between $11.5 million and $14.2 million in the three proposals submitted in the tender to renovate 36 kilometers of roads in the province of Los Santos, Panama.
Taking part in the tender to renovate 36 kilometers of road in the district of Los Santos, with a value of $11,672,989.63, are Asociación Accidental Constructora Jhissel, S.A. – Grupo Corporativo GS, S.A., with a proposal of $12,215,329, Consorcio Asfaltos Panameños S.A., /Romar Hermanos, S.A., bidding $12,687,000 and the company Constructora Rodsa S.A., offering $11,590,498.
This year the government plans to allocate $110 million to tenders for works on renovations, cleaning and improvement of roads in different parts of the country.
The plan put forward by the Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing (CIV) is to invest $110 million in the renovation of 10,100 kilometers of roads throughout the country, including street patching, terracing and cleaning.
The order to start a major road project has been temporarily suspended because of "a change of offices and misplacement of a document" which delayed delivery of a piece of paper required in the contract.
The project to expand the road from San Jose to San Ramon, essential for the development of the northern part of the greater metropolitan area, which has been delayed for years after setbacks with successive concessionaire construction companies, has been delayed once again due to the excessive bureaucracy that affects all road infrastructure projects in Costa Rica.
The Ministry of Public Works in Panama is putting out to tender the design and construction of the renovation and widening of the Omar Torrijos highway, in the section between Corozal, Red Tank and Via Centenario.
According to the request for proposals, some of the objectives are to improve connectivity between the Bridge of the Americas, the fourth future bridge over the Canal and the Centennial Bridge, eliminate the level crossing with a rail freight in Miraflores and improve conditions of the road network for users. Also included is the creation of sidewalks and a bike path.
While options are being evaluated to terminate the contract with Odebrecht to build the CA-2 Occidente road, the government will be putting out to tender maintenance of the sections that were left unfinished.
The Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing will first make a "visual inspection" to determine the actual state of the road, both the sections which have been completed but damaged and sections that have not yet been completed.
The government has announced that through an agreement with Taiwan funds will be obtained for expansion works on the CA-9 North highway.
The Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing informed Diario de Centroamerica that"...It is expected that in March a Taiwanese mission will visit the country to review the works that will be carried out ... and they have prepared the plans for the project and, from next week, circulation schedules will be more flexible, which will ease traffic loads."
The trust agreement between the government and Banco de Costa Rica for the implementation of the expansion project of the San Jose-San Ramon road, has received approval from the Comptroller General of the Republic.
The project, indispensable for the development of the northern part of the Great Metropolitan Area, has suffered from years of delay after successive setbacks with concessionaire construction companies, social protests because of the expected rise in tolls and the burdensome compensation paid by the State to these companies.
The construction of overpasses, two Olympic swimming pools and a sports complex are some of the projects planned by the Mayoral Office of Managua for development in 2017.
The Mayoral office of Managua has filed its 2017 Annual Investment Plan (AIP), which includes the development of 441 projects in 404 districts of Managua.For the development of these projects, the authorities announced that the Mayoral Office has allocated $161 million.
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