Nicaragua: Beginning of Works on Road to Caribbean Announced

With $27 million the World Bank will be financing from August the construction of the 26 kilometers of the road between Bluefields and San Francisco in the municipality of Nueva Guinea.

Friday, July 10, 2015

The road will be built with reinforced concrete within a period of two years and the Costa Rican company MECO SA will be running the project.

Omar Jimenez, representative of MECO, told that they have "..." a strategy for working in the area considering it rains nine or ten months a year, but we have experience in such work and expect to carry it out within the stipulated time. '"

The representative of the construction company said that "... the summers of 2016 and 2017 are key to finalizing the work."

More on this topic

Third Contract in Colombia for MECO Construction

July 2014

The award in partnership with the Colombian Mario Huertas Cotes is for $778 million for the construction of a road which is vital for the coffee industry in the Valle del Rio Cauca.

MECO Construction wins third major highway concession in Colombia

The award is for a highway which is vital for the coffee industry in the Valle del Rio Cauca.

Three International Tenders for Road Works in Costa Rica

December 2013

The Mexican company ICA, the Dominican La Estrella, the Chinese Sinohydro and two Costa Rican construction companies are bidding for road works projects worth $115 million.

The Mexican ICA, the Dominican La Estrella, the Chinese Sinohydro were those companies involved in a contest conducted by the Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MOPT) for the construction of the northern section of the ring road in the capital city.

Contract Signed for 'Carretera Vieja a León' Road

September 2013

The award of the works became final once construction contract has been signed by the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure of Nicaragua.

The consortium formed by Cemex Nicaragua, Constructora Meco and Llansa Ingenieros, will build the first section of 31 kilometers of road between empalme Nejapa and Puerto Sandino.

Panama: Bid for Road Construction Contract

June 2013

Fifteen companies expressed interest in the tender with a price tag of $18 million to build the road that will connect Cuango and Santa Isabel, in Colon.

The Decameron Group has reported that it is waiting for the start of this road works in order to start building its 320-room hotel project in Punta Cocoye, Santa Isabel.

 close (x)

Receive more news about Infrastructure and Construction

Suscribe FOR FREE to CentralAmericaDATA EXPRESS.
The most important news of Central America, every day.

Type in your e-mail address:

* Al suscribirse, estará aceptando los terminos y condiciones

Heavy Equipment: Reps Wanted

Recognized Brazilian company of backhoe loaders, telescopic, articulated and other types of cranes looking for companies interested in representing the brand and distributing their machinery in Central America and Mexico.
The company manufactures and sells telescopic,...

Stock Indexes

(Apr 6)
Dow Jones
S&P 500


(Jul 6)
Brent Crude Oil
Coffee "C"