Tocumen Expansion Still Has No Project Management

After several complaints from bidders in the tender for a project management services, the works on the South Terminal are progressing without any supervisor to certify them.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

On August 23 the evaluation committee for the tender for project management services, presented a report stating that the highest score was awarded to the consortium ADPI / Ayesa / Csa / Cemosa while points were reduced for Prointec with the score being downgraded from 98 to 95.5 points and it was confirmed the Louis Berger Group received 96.5 points.

This new assessment was not well received by the Spanish company so it filed a new complaint with the Public Procurement Directorate (CMPD by its initials in Spanish) which was subsequently discarded. reports: "With no new appeal having been filed, Tocumen SA , has a clear path to award the contract for construction supervision to ADPI / Ayesa / Csa / Cemosa in the amount of $18 million." For the procurement of project management services a date has not yet been set .

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