International Tender: Public Transport System

In Honduras, the construction of underground tunnels and the station of the public transport system BTR of Tegucigalpa city is tendered.

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Honduras Government Purchase BRT-250-LPI-O-AMDC-BID-OFID-02-19:

"Construction of the BTR system:

Lot 1: Metropolis Tower Underground Pedestrian Tunnel - Emisoras Unidas (Section 3) and Tegucigalpa Chamber of Commerce and Industry Underground Pedestrian Tunnel - Hondutel (Section 2).
Lot 2: Underground Pedestrian Tunnel Hospital Escuela - URLA (Section 1).
Lot 3: IHMA Stop Station (Section 2)."

Deadline for receipt of tenders: September 18, 2019.

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