$14 Million in Airport Cleaning Services in Panama

Panama requires specialized cleaning and sanitation services for Terminal 1, 2 and Cargo Terminal, annex buildings and surrounding areas of Tocumen International Airport for a 36-month period.

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

Panama Government Purchase 2021-2-02-0-08-LV-010013:

"In Panama, the cleaning of the facilities of the Tocumen International Airport SA is tendered.

This service includes the cleaning of floors, curtain walls, furniture, stairs, elevators, electric walkways, ceilings, bathroom cleaning, as well as all the glass surfaces of Terminal 1, the new Terminal 2 and the Cargo Terminal of the airport, in different cycles or frequencies, for a term of 36 months and it will be carried out from Monday to Sunday, including national days and holidays.

The following are some of the areas to be cleaned.

* Passenger Terminal 1:
- Public areas, parking lots and corridors. (Customs, Immigration and quarantine).
- Level 100: Internal areas and administrative offices, as well as stairs, handrails, corridors, restrooms and common areas. Domestic Terminal.
- Level 200: Internal areas and administrative offices, as well as stairways, handrails, corridors, restrooms, common areas and furniture for airline counters.
- Level 300: Internal areas and administrative offices, as well as stairways, handrails, corridors, restrooms and common areas of food courts.
- Sidewalks, public and employee parking lots, parking office, Road Safety Office, ramps and internal streets.
- Passenger Terminal Buildings in all its extension Facades and surfaces in alucobond: internal and external areas.

* Restricted areas:
- Level 100: Internal areas of migration, customs, airport warehouse spaces, carousel and racetrack area, automated baggage handling system (S.A.T.E.) areas, all of Satellite A, all of Satellite B, all of North Pier.
- Platform, platform offices and walkways: includes all external areas around the passenger terminal building, restrooms and its waste collection.
- Remote positions on North Pier Platform.
- Level 200: All satellite A, B and North Pier, including hallways, waiting room, free zone area, remote stations, as well as employee screening and migration.
- Level 300: Stairs, handrails, Food Court restrooms.
- Levels 400 to 700: All the area.
- Domestic Terminal: All the area, restrooms, corridors, windows, counters furniture, diffusers and common areas.

The Contractor shall provide all labor, equipment, tools and supply all necessary supplies for the execution of the cleaning tasks.

Enter the tender for more information."

Reference Price: $14,253,443.88.

Deadline to submit bids: October 25, 2021.

See tender (in Spanish).

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