Mexico’s Secretariat of Infrastructure, Communications and Transport (SICT) plans to award a contract for the preparation of the geometric design and geotechnical study for the construction of part of the Merida-Celestun highway in the state of Yucatan.
The study refers only to the 43km stretch, from Celestún beach to the municipality of Kinchil, between the state capital Mérida and the coast, according to the call for bids (LO-09-651-009000948-N-7-2023) published on the Compranet procurement site.
In total, the road is almost 100km long.
So far, six groups have shown interest in the process, according to SICT. They are Jorge E. Mena Palomo, TGC Geotécnia, Ingeniería y Planeación Peninsular, Estudios y Proyectos de Control de Calidad, Rimafer and Triada Geotécnia.
Bids will be opened on March 27.