The construction of the Ciénaga turnoff in the Magdalena department, in charge of the Meco-Magdalena 039 consortium began today, with a symbolic act.
The project consists of the construction of approximately 6 kilometers of road, in double lane, which will allow to decongest and improve mobility in the area, provide better safety conditions for road users, and improve the economy and quality of life of the inhabitants of the region.
The project, composed of approximately 6 kilometers with double lane, will be developed in 39 months, and will include:
• The Sevillano intersection: 288 meters.
• The Railway Bridge: 508 meters.
• The Fishermen Bridge: 90 meters.
“We are very pleased to develop this project, which we know, has a strategic importance for the region.
We hope to advance the works in a timely manner and deliver the Cienagueros a work they can be proud of, with the quality of Constructora MECO”, said Marco Méndez, Manager of Constructora MECO in Colombia.
The work is considered one of the most important projects built in the last 50 years in the town.
Constructora MECO, the Costa Rican construction company in charge of the project, is also responsible for the construction of the longest viaduct in Colombia, over la Virgen Swamp, between Cartagena and Barranquilla, about to be delivered to the community.
About Constructora MECO
MECO is a regional construction company specializing in earthworks, highways and tourist, industrial and commercial infrastructure works of great importance. With more than 40 years of presence in the market, MECO has been part of the development of large hydraulic projects, marinas, shopping centers, airports, and roads in Central and South America.
Today, MECO has projects in Panama, Costa Rica, Colombia, El Salvador, and Nicaragua, and it is consolidated as one of the most important construction companies, committed to results, service and quality in the development of all its projects.
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