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Field narrows to six bidders as Limón cruise terminal project advances

The field has been narrowed to six consortia bidding to build and operate a marina and cruise terminal at the Hernán Garrón Salazar Terminal in Limón, Costa Rica.

They are Consorcio Técnica y Proyectos SA/Ingeniería Técnica de Proyectos, SA; Moffatt & Nichol; Casica/CSI Ingenieros SA; Bermello Ajamil & Partners/Ausenco; Gensler Consortium/Harris Civil Engineers/Baird; and Arcadis/Camacho y Mora.

14 proposals submitted

JAPDEVA, the ports development and administration authority for Costa Rica's Atlantic coast, said 14 proposals were submitted, with nine meeting the established requirements, and the six were culled from those.

'The evaluation commission analyzed technical, financial and compliance aspects, and the six highest-rated bidders were selected. This is a group of companies with very high-level profiles that will now be required to move on to a second stage consisting of the presentation of the technical and economic offer,' said Andrea Centeno, executive president of JAPDEVA.

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