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.
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.
Due to the fact that only one proposal was received in the tender for advertising inside the terminal, the administration of Tocumen airport has suspended the act and will be making a new call.
The tender was suspended because the companies Aerotop from Panama and JC Decaux from France, despite having bought the request for proposals documents separately, later joined together in a consortium and submitted a single proposal.
Three tenders worth $70 million to build 68 schools in Ngäbe Bugle and Veraguas have been declared void and it has been announced that they will be tendered again before October.
Reference prices not consistent with market prices and the location of the schools appear to be the reasons why no construction companies expressed interest in the tender adapt 68 schools located in the districts of Mironó and Besiko in Ngäbe Bugle and in Cañazas, Veraguas.
The opening of bids in the tender to expand the wastewater treatment plant in Panama City has been postponed until October 25.
In response to a request by some of the companies taking part in the process, the Panamanian Ministry of Health (MoH) decided to change the deadline for submitting bids in the tender to expand the treatment plant in the capital from August 23 to October 25.
Arguing anomalies in the evaluation of tenders, the consortium made up of Meco and Edificadora Centroamericana Rapiparedes has requested a suspension of the tender whose value is around $180 million.
The economic proposal submitted by the consortium that launched the appeal obtained the second best score, behind the consortium with the best score, of 893 points. The contract is to design and build the Higher Technical Institute of the East (ITSE by its initials in Spanish) in Tocumen.
An appeal has been made against proposals put forward by Odebrecht and Centralvías EP in the tender to improve Via España, for $99 million, due to alleged noncompliance with the specifications.
The Directorate General of Public Procurement in Panama has suspended the tender process for the study, design, procurement and construction of urban intervention works for the revitalization of public space. The entity received a complaint filed by Consorcio Espacios Públicos Vía España (Meco, SA and Rodsa, SA), reported Prensa.com.
Documents for prequalification in the tender to build and design the container terminal may be submitted up until March 11 at 3:00 pm.
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has extended the deadline for delivery of documents to prequalify to bid for the concession to design and build a container port in Corozal until Friday 11 March 2016 at 3:00 pm.
The Panama Canal Authority will be making changes to the composition of consortia in tenders for construction works in order to prevent millions in losses because of claims made by subcontractors.
Conflicts between contracted parties who design and those who carrying out the works, and the lack of clarity in the responsibilities of each of the companies during the Panama Canal expansion motivated the adjustments to be made to future tender specifications.
Prensa.com reports that "... Although six firms had shown interest in the $5 million contract, in the end only Publicuatro (P4 Ogilvy) and Consortium Turi1617 (composed of the companies Cerebri Y & R and Nexos Grey) reached the final stages. "The ATP is considering canceling it and eventually holding a new process for awarding a contract for a nationwide tourism promotion strategy.
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