New Delay in Award of Contract in Guatemala

Companies interested in the tender to build the bypass of Chimaltenango now have until December 20 to submit their proposals.

Monday, November 18, 2013

This is the fourth time that the date for submission of proposals has been to postponed in the tender for the construction of an "alternate route to go through the south of in order to avoid the bottleneck that is generated in the sector", reported The road is estimated to cost approximately $32 million.

Alejandro Sinibaldi, Minister of Communications, said they have not managed to award the project because they lacked the necessary resources that were included in a loan already approved by Congress.

We only need the Ministry of Finance to transfer the resources and make the award effective, which is expected to close in December.

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Road Tender for $38 Million in Guatemala

July 2013

The project consists of a 156-kilometer route which will divert the InterAmerican Highway in Chimaltenango.

According to the bidding rules, the route will have 4 lanes measuring 3.60 meters and will start in El Tejar, 48 km from the main highway and will reconnect with the same highway at km 63.

Guatemala: Road Tender for $90 million

April 2013

The Atlantic Highway will be expanded from mile 57 to 80, with partial funding from the Taiwanese government.

From a press release issued by the Government of Panama:

The Government of Guatemala in June signed an agreement with the Republic of China-Taiwan to complete the works for expanding and improving the Atlantic Highway from kilometer 57 to El Rancho, kilometer 80, during a working visit made by the president Otto Perez Molina to that nation.

Costa Rica: Eleven Companies Bidding on Road Building

August 2011

Proposals to build a 50.6 km expansion of the Inter-American highway range between $75 and $182 million.

The National Roads Authority (Conavi), received 11 bids for the expansion and rehabilitation of national road No. 1, North American highway, for the stretch Cañas-Liberia.

Guatemala expects to invest $431 million in roads

December 2008

The Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing (CIV) plans to build 200 km of new roads in 2009 and to provide maintenance for close to 10 thousand additional kilometers.

The head of the ministry, Luis Alejos, presented six big projects that would be started in 2009.

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