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Santa Fe receives 15 bids for US$46mn paving works (Argentina)
2011-04-14

Argentina's Santa Fe government has opened 15 bids for a project to pave over 50km of provincial highways in departments Castellanos, Las Colonias and San Cristóbal, requiring some 188mn pesos (US$46.2mn) in total.

The project was split into two tenders, the first of which is budgeted at 95mn pesos and involves paving 26.6km of provincial highways 74 and 77 in San Cristóbal department, as well as an access route to Ambrosetti.

Noroeste Construcciones presented the lowest offer, with 87.8mn pesos, while the highest bid came in at 120mn pesos from construction firm Green.

Other bidders included: Milicic; JCR; a group composed of Laromet and Vial Agro; Edeca; and Néstor Julio Guerechet.

The second tender, set at 93.7mn pesos, involves paving 22km of highway 80S from Soutomayor to provincial highway 13.

The lowest bid came in at 94.8mn pesos, from José Eleuterio Pitón, while the highest bid was presented by Néstor Julio Guerechet, with 115.3mn pesos.

Bids were also presented by Rovial; Milicic; JCR; Edeca, a group comprised of Inar and Rava; and a consortium including Laromet and Vial Agro.


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