Friday, August 6, 2010

Mexico Moving Closer to Construction of Punta Colonet Mega-Port

In today’s weekly government activity report, Mexico’s Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources advises that his agency has signed, along with the State of Baja California and the municipality of Ensenada, a “Coordination Agreement in order to lay the groundwork for the implementation of the process leading to the formulation, approval, issuance, execution, evaluation and modification of Local Ecological Program of Punta Colonet on the West Coast of the Municipality of Ensenada." In view of the statement two days ago by the president of the Logistics Cluster of Baja California that Mexico’s Ministry of Communications and Transportation (the SCT) will start the contracting process for the mega-port next month, today’s announcement suggests that all agencies are ramping up activities towards project launch. (The SCT had said in January 2010 that the bidding process would be launched "around July" of this year, and that construction would take 3-4 years to complete.)

1 comment:

  1. I hope and pray this not another delay tactic because my heart got broken earlier this year when they said they were not going to have bids on the Project...


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