Tender: Construction of Educational Infrastructure

The Ministry of the Presidency is putting out to tender the design and construction of the Higher Technical Institute of the East (ITSE) in the province of Panama.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Panama Government Purchase 2015-0-03-0-08-LV-019042:


"... The ITSE needs to have a capacity for 5,000 students and 250 teachers, and must be designed according to their educational and pedagogical philosophy described above. The educational facilities are designed to support the educational process and provide a flexible learning environment, which is safe and stimulating. "

"The ground for the development of ITSE is located in Finca 455 263, located in Tocumen, on Ave. Domingo Diaz, just off the Southern Corridor. This property currently belongs to the Tocumen International Airport (AITSA), of which approximately 10.6 hectares will be segregated to create the plot of land where the project will be developed. The management of the segregation and purchase and transfer will take place in parallel with the design of the Institute and will be completed before starting construction work. "

Total land area 10.6 hectares.
Estimated Total Construction Area: 104,180 m2.

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