Tocumen awarded construction supervision

The consortium ADPI / Ayesa / Csa / Cemosa will be responsible for overseeing the work of the South Terminal where $679.4 million will be invested.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

The consortium bid $19.8 million to oversee the construction of the airport terminal.

Prensa.com reports: "The inspection of the work will begin 10 months after the start of works by the construction company Norberto Odebrecht. It is not the first time a project at the airport has been run without the presence of a supervisor. "

The structure measuring 75,000 m² will have 20 gates, a new 4-lane access road to the airport from the south corridor and a control tower. There works are currently 20% complete.



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Tocumen Expansion Still Has No Project Management

October 2013

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.

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.

Five bids for Construction Supervision in Panama

June 2013

In the tender for supervision of the construction of the South Terminal of the Airport of Tocumen five companies have submitted bids valued at around $19 million.

The five bids were below the reference price of $22 million. The business groups who submitted bids to oversee the construction of the multi million dollar terminal /0} had prices which varied by no more than $2000.

Tender to Supervise Works Suspended in Panama

May 2013

Tocumen SA has been ordered to temporarily suspend the tender to select the company that will oversee the construction of the South Terminal.

The Public Procurement Directorate (CMPD) took the decision after receiving a complaint lodged by the CSA Group Panama, Inc, who argued that the changes made to the specification could favor one participant.

Airport Expansion Adjudicated to Aerotocumen

March 2009

The expansion of Tocumen Airport was awarded to the Colombian Consortium Aerotocumen, whose bid was $68.65 million.

The contract includes construction of a new terminal, remodeling the main facade, a new presidential lounge, an administration building and other logistical facilities.

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