$ 80.3 Million to Pave Panama

The Ministry of Public Works is bidding the pavement of streets and roads in all provinces.

Friday, October 29, 2010

The project "Pave Your City" will be held in the provinces of Bocas del Toro, Cocle, Colon, Chiriqui, Darien, Herrera, Los Santos, Panama and Veraguas.

The date for submission of proposals is scheduled for next November 18th at 10:00 am.

The works will be awarded to the bidder who obtains the highest score according to the evaluation method, provided it complies with the minimum mandatory requirements.

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Panama: $40 million for Traffic Management

June 2013

The contract was awarded to the Spanish construction company FCC, as an extension of the work carried out on the Brazil highway.

The Ministry of Public Works in Panama awarded a $40 million subcontract to the company of Spanish origin, Fomento de Construcciones y Contratas S.A. (FCC), for the implementation of a "traffic management plan for the city's road realignment."

$46 million to Pave Panama

December 2011

The Ministry of Public Works has put out to tender the resurfacing of streets and roads in various provinces as part of a "Paving Your City" Program.

According to the specifications of the tender, the works include paving or resurfacing highways or roads.

The project "Paving Your City" will be undertaken in the provinces of Bocas del Toro, Cocle, Colon, Chiriqui, Darien, Herrera, Los Santos, Panama and Veraguas.

El Salvador Awards Roadwork Contracts

February 2011

Authorities awarded $11.2 million in 20 road maintenance contracts for unpaved roads.

A total 3.087,64 kilometers of road will be repaired and companies must start working as soon as possible.

FOVIAL explained that these works are part of the required yearly road maintenance, necessary to ensure an adequate useful life of network.

Three Companies Bid for Asphalt Plants in Panama

June 2010

The government contract comprises administering, producing and supplying ‘super pave’ asphaltic concrete for 5 years.

For this purchase, the Public Works Ministry (MOP) had established a reference price of $105 per metric ton. Two of the companies, “CCE-IBT” and “Transcaribe Trading” bid $110 per ton, while “Constructora MECO” bid $114.

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