Costa Rica: Legal Guarantee for Road Project

The agreement between the Conavi and the UNOPS to execute the works related to the radial road to Lindora, has received approval from the Comptroller General of the Republic.

Friday, March 24, 2017

From a statement issued by the Comptroller General of the Republic:

The Administrative Procurement Division of the CGR (attached office) has endorsed the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the National Highway Council (CONAVI) and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), in the amount of $8,539,322.00 dollars for works related to the radial road to Lindora.

The purpose of the memorandum consists in:

· The review, adaptation and approval of all existing plans of enlargement of the RN 147 (Radial Lindora) and its related works (bridge over the river Corrogres, and culverts over the Pilas and Rodriguez streams).

More on this topic

Direct Contract for Office Building

March 2015

The Ministry of Public Works of Costa Rica has been given authorization to hire, expeditiously and without calling a tender, services for the construction of the first phase of an office building for the entity, estimated at $12.5 million.

The first stage of construction includes the structural design and gray works at the building site.

Panama Endorses Container Port Concession

January 2015

The National Assembly has approved a 20 year concession contract signed with PSA Panama International, to build and operate a container terminal with an investment of $350 million.

From a statement issued by the National Assembly of Panama:

Approval was given on the third reading to Bill 122, which approves a contract between the state and the company PSA Panama International Terminal, SA, for the handling and transporting of containers.

Panama: Irrigation Project in Tonosí Canceled

January 2015

The government is negotiating with the company which won the award the cancellation of the contract for the construction of an irrigation system in Tonosí, because it has not yet acquired the land to do the work.

Despite having been awarded the contract in June 2012, the Ecuadorian company Hidalgo e Hidalgo, has not acquired the land, therefore the government is negotiating terms of a cancellation of the contract by mutual agreement.

Canal Expansion: The Story of the Contract

January 2014

Former members of the Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Authority detail the recruitment process used to select GUPC consortium for the construction of the third set of locks.


In our capacity as former members of the Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP) of which we formed a part of when the decision to undertake the project to expand the canal was taken and approval was given to, among other things, the budget for the works, the terms and conditions of the contract, the conceptual details of the project, the type of contract (design and construction) and the requirements to be met by companies interested in participating in the bidding process, we feel compelled to established our position with regard to the conflict that has arisen between the ACP and the consortium that was awarded the contract for the construction of the third set of locks (hereinafter GUPC Consortium).

 close (x)

Receive more news about Infrastructure & Construction

Suscribe FOR FREE to CentralAmericaDATA EXPRESS.
The most important news of Central America, every day.

Type in your e-mail address:

* Al suscribirse, estará aceptando los terminos y condiciones

Tailor made software for construction companies

O4Bi is a system that allows to control and manage what a company needs: the complete process of development of works, accounts receivable, treasury, banks, sales and accounting.
O4Bi is a very robust system that allows to control and...

Stock Indexes

(Apr 6)
Dow Jones
S&P 500


(Jan 22)
Brent Crude Oil
Coffee "C"