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Government buying prefab bridges to last 100 years

Posted on November 27, 2016 in Panama

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THE GOVERNMENT is calling  for bids  to build prefabricated bridges that will last for 80 to 100 years.

The Ministry of Public Works announced plans to purchase 61 bridges to be installed in communities across the country at a cost of $22.3 million.

The bridges will all be 4.2 meters wide and  will range in

length from 30 meters to 61 meters.

The bridges are being purchased because they are easy to repair and install, which will save on maintenance costs. They will be used in many places where there are now wooden structures or where rivers have to be forded.

Bids will be accepted until Dec. 19.


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