Strong Interest in Tender for Public Works in Costa Rica

Thirteen construction companies have submitted their proposals for repair and construction works in the "Circunvalación" highway, in the capital of Costa Rica.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

The companies that submitted proposals to Consejo Nacional de Vialidad (Conavi) are: Ascamón y Tapusa, Sánchez Carvajal, PuentePrefa, Internego, Hernán Solís, MECO, Grupo JCB, Codocsa, Cimolai, Marlin Bridges, Edica, Crecex and Gepesa.

Those interested in the project have until next Friday, October 4 to apply. "The deadline is one week after publication of the tender conditions, the first of which is being put out as an "emergency" notice and that will allow, if the case arises, for the winner to be "hand picked", reported Nacion.com.



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