Market Expansion

Tender for the expansion of a market with two levels, it will have conditioned spaces for stores.

Wednesday, November 3, 2021

Purchase of the Government of Guatemala 15735419:

"In Huehuetenango the Santa Eulalia terminal market will be expanded, it will have block tables and concrete slab covered with tile for the butcher shops, it will have sanitary modules, finished walls and slab.

The tables will be used for butcher's shops; there are 47 units with a type C block base, measuring 0.90 meters high by 0.80 meters wide.

The facilities will have surveillance cameras with circuit up to the control center, luminous sign of the Terminal Market, bell type lamps, the roof with metallic structure.

For more information about specifications, access the tender."

Deadline to submit bids: December 13, 2021.

See tender.

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