Terminal access bids received

Costa Rican highway officials received three bids from firms that are offering to construct an access road to the APM Terminal container handling facility in Moín.

The three bids are in the $60 to $71 million neighborhood. The firms propose to build the roadway in about 18 months, including design, said the Consejo Nacional de Vialidad and the Ministerio de Obras Públicas.

Bids were opened Friday.

Officials have to study the submissions before making a contract award. The container handling facility is being built on an artificial island in the harbor.

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