In Costa Rica a contract has been awarded to Consorcio Grupo Orosi for asphalting work in El Guarco, Cartago.
The company winning the tender will be in charge asphalting services in the municipality of El Guarco, for a total of $13.7 million, according to the Construction Project Service at Central CentralAmericaData.
The government has announced that it will be inviting bids for a new contract for the program to service the road network, comprising of pothole repairs, and reconstruction of sewers and sidewalks, among other works.
In addition to the tender of the program for servicing the road network, the Ministry of Public Works announced that"...
Private companies expect that in the course of the year $170 million will be invested in construction of social housing and $220 million in private residential projects.
Although the Honduran Chamber of Construction (Chico) estimates that nearly $400 million will be invested for the construction of social and private housing, it is road infrastructure which will, according to the union, have the greatest prominence in 2017.
Consideration is being given to granting a concession for the stretch of 15 kilometers of the route from Libramiento to Chimaltenango, which would operate using tolls.
The Government is considering granting a concession to develop this stretch of the road and the company that wins the contract would manage the tolls.The 2017 road renovation plan submitted by the Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing includes tendering the construction of several sections of road, for which $221 million is available.
President Solis has personally announced that the environmental impact study for the expansion to four lanes of Route 32 to Limon has now been approved by the environmental authority.
Almost two months after the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA) rejected the study as "flawed and incomplete", the institution has now granted the approval, according to President Luis Guillermo Solís through his own social networks.
The OECD has warned that "underinvestment" in infrastructure is a critical element that inhibits the country's ability to trade.
An analysis of the degree of market opening by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), showed positive and negative results, with the most noteworthy among the favorable being an annual increase of 9% in the volume of exports of goods between 1994 and 2013 and a reduction in tariffs and negotiation of free trade agreements.
The government is considering charging a special toll on internationally transiting freight vehicles in order to increase the resources needed to fulfill commitments to Fomilenio II.
The technical secretary of the Presidency, Roberto Lorenzana, told Elsalvador.com that "... the proposal is 'fair' because 80% of goods traveling between Mexico and Panama, circulating in El Salvador, 'pay nothing' and [the trucks] do not even re-fuel here."
A postponement, to January 6, 2017, has been given for the date of receipt of bids in the tender to renovate and operate a stretch of 40 kilometers of the Puerto Quetzal-Escuintla highway.
The National Association of Alliances for Economic Infrastructure Development (ANADIE) has changed the date for submission of bids after questions arose regarding the basis of pre qualification of some of the companies concerned.
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