Guadalajara Jalisco.- The government of Jalisco already has the companies that will carry out the expansion works of the Treatment Plant of El Ahogado and the project for Line 4 (L4) of the Light Rail to Tlajomulco.
In the case of the Drowned Man, the ruling issued yesterday by the State Adjudication Committee, headed by the Secretary of Administration, Ricardo Rodríguez Jiménez, was in favor of Mitsui & Co. Infrastructure Solutions SA de CV, which submitted an economic proposal for 23 million 591 thousand pesos per month that would be paid for 216 months.
Said company is the same one that on May 16 presented the unsolicited proposal for the expansion of the El Ahogado Treatment Plant, a project that will be carried out under the Public Private Partnership modality.
The proposal includes “Executive Project, Construction, Electromechanical Equipment, Functioning Tests, Capacity Tests, Operation, Conservation, Maintenance; as well as the Removal and Final Disposal of the Biosolids and Solids that are generated in the Monofill, of the Expansion of the ‘El Ahogado’ Treatment Plant with a capacity of 1,000 lps (liters per second)”.
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The award decision for L4 was issued yesterday afternoon, resulting favored the consortium made up of Mota Engil México SAPI de CV, responsible for the construction of Line 3 of the Light Rail and by the Light Rail Consortium Line 4 Guadalajara SAPI de CV.
Also in this tender, the awarded company is the one that submitted the unsolicited proposal for the L4 project.
The total amount of the investment proposed for the new light rail line amounts to 9 thousand 725 million pesos.
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