New Contract for Odebrecht in Panama

The company offered $211.6 million, the lowest figure, for the design and construction of a wastewater treatment plant.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

The deadline for the construction of a wastewater treatment plant in Llano Bonito, in the Juan Díaz jurisdiction, is 36 months.

Panamá América published on its website: "The opening of envelopes was done yesterday at the Ministry of Health (MINSA), where the consortium OTV SA/OTV France, offered $236.5 million."

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Sewerage Works in Panama: $90 to $197 million

August 2016

Five consortia have submitted bids ranging from between $90 million and $197 million in the two categories for the tender for sewage and wastewater treatment works in David, Chiriqui.

From a statement issued by the Presidency of Panama:

This Tuesday in Casa Amarilla, a tender was held for the "Study, Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance of a Sewerage and Wastewater Treatment System for the City of David and its surrounding areas, in the province of Chiriqui."

Awards: Water Treatment for $95 million

June 2016

In Panama a contract has been awarded to Meco for the design, construction and operation of a collection and wastewater treatment system in the city of Santiago, Veraguas.

The work consists of renovating existing sewerage networks, construction of new networks and collection systems, secondary networks, domestic and intra-domestic connections, pumping stations and a complete and modern wastewater treatment plant.

Panama: Offers for Treatment Plant for $342 million

November 2015

Three business groups submitted proposals to build and operate for ten years the second module of the wastewater treatment plant in the city of Panama.

The three groups who submitted technical and financial proposals were: the consortium Acciona PTAR Juan Diaz, the consortium Suez, which is part of the construction company Odebrecht , and OTV CQV - Meco.

Panama: $14.3 million Investment in Oil Plant

April 2013

In Baru Haven, Chiriquí, crude oil a processing plant is being built at a cost of $14.3 million, with capacity to process 30 tons per hour.

The company in charge of construction is Corporación Industrial Barú S.A. (CIBASA), who will perform the first test in January 2014.

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