Offers Received for Enrique Jimenez Airport Construction
Six companies have submitted bids constructing the new airport in the province of Colón, northern Panama.
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
The lowest economic offer was presented by Grupo San José with $52.97 million, while the highest was from FCC Construction with $99.49 million.
The Argentinean builder submitted the lowest priced bid to build the expansion of Enrique Malek Airport.
The Panamanian aviation authority (AAC) has given the companies Meco and CUSA the order to begin work.
The Government will make the investment over the next three years by remodeling major airports.
President Martinelli will lay the cornerstone of the project tomorrow, effectively launching the expansion of the air terminal.
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