Costa Rica’s new Limon port complex faces another delay on tender
Plans to build and operate a new port complex in Costa Rica’s eastern Limón province have attracted a $950 million price tag.
The port authority added that the original $812 million budget was no long realistic as it dated back to 2004, following a survey by Dutch firm Royal Haskoning.
The tender process has also been delayed again as one of the participating firms is requesting more time to present its offer, another delay on a tender originally launched in April 2009.
Original source: Dredging Today