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San Luis receives 2 bids for bus terminal (Argentina)
2010-12-16
The government of Argentina's central San Luis province has opened bids for the city's regional bus terminal, according to the local government's website.

 

Two companies have presented offers: construction firm San Luis SAPEM, with a bid of 79.4mn pesos (US$19.8mn), and Green, with 78.5mn pesos and an alternative bid of 84.9mn pesos.

 

The project will be built in the Predio Ferial area and cover 4,200m2, with capacity to hold 30 buses, and both the entrance and exit will be connected to the Jose Santos Ortiz highway.

 

The structure will be similar to that of the El Nido Olympic stadium in Beijing, according to the report.


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