Panama: A bid for road works worth US$16 million
Panama’s Ministry for Public Works is holding a bid for US$16 million for the rehabilitation of 43 kilometers of roads in Cocle. (2016-0-09-0-02-LV-004629). The date for proposal presentations is: October 20th, 2016.
The project consists of, but is not limited to, mainly: the rehabilitation and/or construction of the marked roads, including the rehabilitation and construction of superficial drainage systems such as canals and/or gutters, the construction of crossings for creeks, rivers or superficial waterways, the installation of sub-drainages, the placement of horizontal and vertical signage, the construction of sidewalks, the removal and relocation of public facilities, the application of all the environmental mitigation measures that are included in the corresponding Environmental Impact Study.
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