Contracts awarded for the construction of 11 river docks on the San Juan River, Chocó

Contracts awarded for the construction of 11 river docks on the San Juan River, Chocó
Contracts awarded for the construction of 11 river docks on the San Juan River, Chocó

The National Highway Institute, Invías, closed the public bidding process LP-DEO-SMFF-004-2024 for the construction of eleven docks in the department of Chocó with an investment of $26,212 million.

These are river docks in Panamacito, Monte Bravo, Cocové, Potedó, Trapiche, Perrú, Lerma, Noanamá, Doidó, Andagoya and Istmina, located on the banks of the San Juan River. The execution period of this project extends until December 31, 2024, once the requirements for perfecting and executing the contracts have been met.

For five years, Invías has been building river docks in Chocó, in places such as Tumaradó, Domingodó, Quibdó, Las Mercedes, Puerto Salazar, Montaño, Curbaradó, Puente América, Puerto Conto, Lloró, Tagachí and Vigía de Curbaradó, among others. .

The details of this award are broken down as follows:

Contract 1 was awarded to the Muelles San Juan – Proteco Ingeniería SAS consortium for a value of $4,607 million and corresponds to the construction of river docks in the communities of Trapiche and Perrú.

Contract 2 was awarded to the Muelles del Chocó consortium for a value of $4,755 million focused on the construction of river docks in Cocové and Potedó.

Contract 3 was assigned to the Muelles San Juan – Proteco Ingeniería SAS consortium for a value of $4,492 million for the construction of river docks in Lerma and Noanamá.

Contract 4 was awarded to the Muelles San Juan – Proteco Ingeniería SAS consortium for a value of $4,540 million aimed at the construction of river docks in Panamacito and Monte Bravo.

Contract 5 was awarded again to the Muelles San Juan – Proteco SAS consortium for a value of $4,121 million for the construction of river docks in Andagoya and Istmina.

Contract 6 was assigned to the Muelles San Juan – Proteco SAS consortium for a value of $2,293 million for the construction of a river dock in the community of Doidó.

 
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