El Salvador: March 18 for Diego Holguin Boulevard Tender

After an unsuccessful first call, the Ministry of Public Works will launch a second tender on March 18th.

Monday, March 7, 2011

The Ministry will hold a public query on March 8th in order to review tender terms and conditions.

After interested parties acquire the bases they will have 45 business days to submit bids.

The project will be awarded during the months of September or October 2011.

"While the new bidding process is ongoing, the MOP will build 720 meters in order to connect stages I and II, allowing an exit to roundabout El Platillo,” wrote Laprensagrafica.com.

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El Salvador: Roadwork Tender Being Prepared

June 2014

A tender is being launched for the construction of three underpasses in high cargo traffic areas in the Metropolitan Area of ​​San Salvador.

The projects already have the respective designs and refer to the Naciones Unidas and Masferrer roundabouts in the south and north ends of Jerusalem Avenue and at the intersection of highway and street Huizúcar Comalapa.

El Salvador: New Tender for Boulevard Diego Holguín

May 2011

The Salvadoran Ministry of Public Works has launched the tender for the construction of two sections of the Boulevard.

Last February, a similar tender was declared unsuccessful. This time the project has been divided into two sections. According to an article in Laprensagrafica.com, "One section is called IIA and starts from the end of stage I and continues to to Jerusalén Avenue.

El Salvador: Bidding Postponed for Diego de Holguín Boulevard

November 2010

The Ministry of Public Works postponed until November 26th the date for opening bids.

The receipt and opening of bids for the construction of boulevard Diego de Holguín was scheduled for Thursday November 11th, according to the initial schedule.

"Public Works Minister, Gerson Martinez, explained that the main reason was the number of inquiries received from prospective bidders on the project.

El Salvador Purchases Asphalt Materials

November 2010

Companies where invited to bid for supplying of rock materials and petroleum derivatives to produce 12,000 tons of asphalt.

The Ministry of Public Works, Transportation and Housing and the Ministry of Urban Development are purchasing the supply of stone materials and petroleum products for the production of asphalt.

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