Paraná Highway Administration (DER / PR) on Friday (28) published the final tender classification for the PR-160 highway paving, between Empach and Reserva, in the Campos Gerais area. The winning bid was R $ 114,299,502.23, which represents a savings of more than 27% compared to the estimated budget of R $ 157 million.
The work envisages the implementation of a 28.36 km asphalt pavement, the third and shoulder lanes, the implant of the Embach contour and the perimeter of the Jose Lacerda area, and the implementation of a 45-meter bridge over the São Pedro River, near the reserve. . The estimated deadline to complete all work is 24 months after the service order is issued
The classification of the company stipulated a performance guarantee of 20% of the contract value in order to provide more security for the implementation of the works due to the discount provided. The guarantee rate is usually 10% in contracts with resources from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), as is the case with this collocation.
This solution was the result of an analysis of proposals, documents and months of DER / PR negotiations with the participants and with the Islamic Development Bank, which would also lead to an adjustment of the tax rate on services of any kind (ISSQN) during the implementation of the services.
Now, a five-day period has begun for the provision of resources by companies and other unions that participated in the bidding process.
If no resources are available, or they are denied, DER / PR initiates contract signing procedures, with the service order being issued in sequence, commencement of work.
partnership Labor resources from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), through the strategic infrastructure and transportation logistics program in Paraná, the implementation engineering project was donated to the Paraná government by Klabin SA
The new dock will benefit more than 40,000 residents of the two municipalities, in addition to easing traffic to Telêmaco Borba and the Northern District, or to Cândido de Abreu and the Western District. The new lines will allow the transfer of agricultural and industrial production without the need to pass through urban areas.