Constructora Meco won the contract to build a taxiway connecting the two terminals at Tocumen International Airport in Panama.
The work involves the design and construction of the street S4 and the extension of Street L1 in the International Airport in Panama City. The Costa Rican construction firm Meco won the contract with an economic proposal of $12.8 million, lower than all of the bids submitted by the other four participants in the tender. Data from the Government Procurement System at CentralAmericaData shows that Pavimentos Colombia S.A.S submitted a bid of $13.9 million, Constructora Urbana S.A., $14.4 million, Transeq S.A., $13.6 million and LABISA International Group S.A., $13.2 million.
It has been announced that in the coming days the request for proposals document will be published for the refurbishment of Guatemala City airport, with an investment of $15 million.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation announced that the remodeling consists in "... the remodeling of La Aurora International Airport, which includes the resurfacing of the runway and quick exits, changing the floors in the facilities, leasing equipment for inspections, and painting signals on the tracks."
In order to remain competitive Panama City airport needs to further expand its operating capacity, and is already working on the acquisition of surrounding land.
The funds to finance the project to construct a third runway will come from the dividends expected to be generated by the terminal with the granting of duty free premises whose tender is scheduled for 2017.
The submission of four bids below the reference price forced the original $14 million tender to build a taxiway within the airport terminal to be canceled.
Thetenderfor the Study, Design and Construction of Calle S4 and extension of Calle L1 in Tocumen International Airport was canceled after authorities rejected the proposals for being lower than the amounts required in the request for proposals. Initially the tender had a reference price of $9 million, but later the Board reconsidered the conditions of the work and raised the price to $13.9 million.
The runway will be extended so that the construction of the fourth bridge over the Canal does not affect the operation of Marcos Gelabert airport.
The initial idea of moving the operations of the Marcos Gelabert airport to Panama Pacifico was not well received at the time by the Panamanian aviation union, which argued the need to maintain operations there given its strategic location.
The Costa Rican company Meco will be responsible for the renovation and upgrading of the pavement on the main runway at Tocumen International Airport, under contract for $12 million.
Constructora Meco won the contract to renovate and upgrade the pavement on the main track at Tocumen International Airport, Panama, worth close to $12 million, according to a statement issued by terminal's management, reported Nacion.com.
The management company of the international airport in Managua has announced that it will allocate between $6 million and $10 million for expansion of the runway.
Empresa Administradora de Aeropuertos Internacionales de Nicaragua (EAAI) reported that it is currently in the design phase, with construction works to start in December. It is anticipated that the extension means extending the runway at least 900 more meters, allowing large aircraft to land.
As part of a plan to invest $100 million purchase of two aircraft for use in rescues, weather radar and the building of a network of heliports is being contemplated.
Although the five-year plan is still under development, the director of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Alfredo Fonseca Mora said he also sees "... the possibility of building an airstrip in Tonosí, Los Santos, and Santa Catalina, in Veraguas there is potential for tourism because of its beaches where international surfing competitions are held. "
One of the major airlines in the region has recommended the construction of an international airport in the Pacific in order to improve the country's connectivity with the rest of the region and the world.
Pedro Heilbron, president of Copa Airlines said in an article on Eleconomista.net that the aviation market in Guatemala has "... some limitations in relation to other airport infrastructure, not only the terminal, but the location."
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