Panama Bids Rainwater Drainage for $ 11.6 Million

The Bid is to solve the rain drainage at critical points in areas of San Francisco, Sheraton and Calle 54 Obarrio.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

The project consists of the following work:

Soil classification and obstructions through open underground excavation, open pit underground excavation, placement of drainage infrastructure, placing of Portland cement type II, channel construction, construction of registration boxes, etc.

Date for submission of bids is on October 15th, 2010, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm.

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Panama: Tender for Urban Improvements

January 2017

The mayoralty of Panama announced that it will renew the area known as El Terraplén, and will invite bids for the construction of drainage, lighting implementation, security cameras and decoration.

The aim of the Mayoral office is for the historic site to become a gateway to the Old Town, the pedestrian area and the Salsipuedes area. 

Chaos Over Panama City's Storm System

November 2014

The private sector argues that the lack of a drainage network which is appropriate for the growing City infrastructure is affecting the development of business.

The current storm system in the metropolitan area dates from 1940 and is the cause of recurring floods in the rainy season, causing productivity problems for businesses and affecting traffic on the main roads of the capital.

Honduras: Sewerage and Road Improvement Works

July 2014

The Institute of Community Development, Water and Sanitation is putting out to tender the development of sewers, storm drains and road improvements in several colonies.

The tender is being launched by the Institute of Community Development, Water and Sanitation through the Honduran Social Investment Fund.

Storm Sewers Tender for $5.3 million

September 2012

The Municipality of Alajuela in Costa Rica is putting out to tender the construction of two storm sewer collectors made of concrete or plastic.

The works to be contracted out are for the construction of two storm sewer collectors in concrete or plastic, known as Corte A and Corte B, which will carry water from the northeastern city of Alajuela to two discharge points, one in the river Ciruelas and the other in the River Alajuela.

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