Contracting for the Bypass construction in the city of San Miguel, El Salvador
The Government of the Republic of El Salvador has received a loan from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) to cover the cost of bypass construction in the City of San Miguel. It is proposed to allocate a portion of the funds from this loan for payments eligible under the contract for the Construction of Bypass in the City of San Miguel that includes the Construction of Bypass in the City of San Miguel (JICA Loan ES-P6) – Package 3 of two lanes in its longest length, from 200 m before the intersection with the CA-07N, to El Papalón at km 145.38 of the existing CA-01, with a length of 7,224 km.
The first segment of Package 3 is built on four lanes as it is a physical continuation of Package 2 and begins at station 8 + 580, about 200 meters before the intersection with the Military route. Here a roundabout is projected centered on station 8 + 774 and the second segment begins at the exit of the roundabout.The project takes the typical configuration of 2 lanes and ends at station 9 + 050 at the entrance approach of the bridge over the river. Taisihuat, which is part of Package 4. The third segment begins at the exit approach of the same bridge over the Taisihuat River at station 9 + 640 and ends at the intersection with CA01 at 16 + 394 where it is also planned to build another roundabout. The total length of Package 3 is 7,224 km.
Estimated cost of investment: USD 15,789,877.10
Deadline for receipt of bids: July 6th, 2021
Oscar Torres Cañas
García & Bodán