El Salvador: Companies Bid for Infrastructure Projects

FOMILENIO received bids to build three communal infrastructure projects.

Monday, May 24, 2010

They include improving roads at Cantón Jocotillo and paving the “Cantón Conacaste” area, both located in the municipality of Concepción Quezaltepeque. In the municipality of Agua Calientes, works include paving the “Cuesta de la Ceiba” street in El Chaparrón village.

16 companies bid for paving “Cuesta de la Ceiba” street. The highest priced bid was submitted by CONOCIV S.A. and the lowest by Conexas de Construcción S.A.

20 companies submitted their bids for the “Cantón Conacaste” project. The highest priced was submitted by BGA Inversiones S.A. and the lowest by Coto Escobar Asociados S.A.

Finally, 19 bids were submitted for the “Cantón Jocotillo” project, with RC CONOCIV S.A. proposing the highest price and Walter Menjivar Tobar the lowest.



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