Offers Received for 10 Health Centers in Panama

Five consortiums have submitted bids for the $60 million hospital construction project.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

The participating consortium were Consorcio IBT Health, Sociedad Española de Montajes Industriales, Omega Engineering, Ingeniería R.M. and Consorcio Termotécnica Mega Proyecto.

The contract includes the design, construction and in some cases provision of equipment for ten innovative primary health care centers.

Franklin Vergara, Minister for Health, commented that in the first weeks of October the order will be given to proceed with the project and companies awarded contracts will have ten months to complete the work.

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