Metro Line 3 Tender is Advancing

The process of approval of the tender for the design and construction of Line 3 of the Panama Metro began with a meeting between the seven pre-qualified groups and a visit to the site.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

From the Metro de Panamá S.A. press release:

October 10, 2018. A visit to the site, where the works for Metro Line 3 will be developed, began the process of Tender for Best Value with Separate Evaluation with the 7 pre-qualified companies, to build this megaproject, which will be benefiting a large population of the West Panama region.

In this tour guided by the Director of Projects of the Panama Metro, Eng. Agustin Arias, the representatives of the seven pre-qualified companies were able to observe the route or layout of Line 3, as well as the areas where the development of future stations has been planned, a total of 14.

The objective of this site tour is to make them aware of the local conditions for the works as well as appreciate the topography of the third line.

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