Viaduct Project in Guatemala goes to Tender

The project, which will cost some $4.5 million, is located in Santa Rosalía, km 12.5, and will go to tender in march.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Elperiodico.com.gt publishes: "They are looking to build an elevated bridge in front of Residenciales Santa Rosalía La Laguna, an auxiliary lane and a roundabout, that will allow vehicles to access the highway. Frequent car accidents and traffic generated from the highway to El Salvador prompted the neighbors and the authorities to do something."

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Contract with Odebrecht Ended and New Tender Launched

October 2017

The government of Guatemala has agreed with the Brazilian construction company to bring forward the termination of contract for extending the CA-2 Occidente highway and will launch a tender for three contracts to complete the remaining 97-kilometer stretch.

The contract was awarded to construction company Odebrecht in 2012, and after the corruption cases the that it was involved in came to light, the government of Guatemala decided to negotiate the early termination of the contract. The head of the Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing (CIV), Aldo García, told Elperiodico.com.gt that "... because of the reservation there has been over the investigation of this case, it can only be anticipated that the agreement reached with the company is under legal review, a company which in 2012 obtained the contract for the extension of the CA-2 Occidente highway for US $399 million."

Costa Rica: Eleven Companies Bidding on Road Building

August 2011

Proposals to build a 50.6 km expansion of the Inter-American highway range between $75 and $182 million.

The National Roads Authority (Conavi), received 11 bids for the expansion and rehabilitation of national road No. 1, North American highway, for the stretch Cañas-Liberia.

Guatemala: Alternate Project to the Belize Bridge under Study

March 2009

The Ministry is examining the construction of a suspension bridge over the Belize Bridge, with which it is seeking to reduce vehicular traffic.

El Periódico, the Guatemalan newspaper, published on its website: "’A decision will be made after the results of the study, which will be completed in June, are known,’ said deputy minister Wilfredo Garcia.

Guatemala expects to invest $431 million in roads

December 2008

The Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing (CIV) plans to build 200 km of new roads in 2009 and to provide maintenance for close to 10 thousand additional kilometers.

The head of the ministry, Luis Alejos, presented six big projects that would be started in 2009.

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