Councillor for Agriculture and Rural Development, Livestock and Fisheries, Magdalena Mendez, has released four conditioning deals on rural roads that will take place from his department and 3 of which had been previously announced.
Companies wishing to submit their proposals for one or more of the offers can gather more information about them via email or phone firstname.lastname@example.org 968 39 93 16.
The first corresponds to the deals steady improvement through a pavement executed based hot bituminous mix road corners with a length of 1350 meters and 4.50 meters wide.
The budget for this improvement is acometimiento of 50,763.29 euros, including VAT, with a deadline for the works of five days.
The second of the deals is also improved through a firm executed based pavement bituminous hot mix roads of Mill, in the parish of Majada, and Samaritos in the Watchtower.
Mill Road has 360 meters long and 4.50 meters wide, while the Los Samaritos has 410 meters long and 4 meters wide.
The budget for these works is 24,706.99 euros, including VAT, with a lead time of these 6 days, 3 for each path.
The third offering contemplated conditioning Ganuelas Road from RM-2 to the chapel of the parish by a layer of artificial gravel subbase and surface course based hot bituminous mix, plus the three-step execution and marking underground horizontal and vertical.
Its length is 465 meters and 4.50 meters in width presents.
The budget for this offer is 24,949.21 euros, including VAT, and its execution time is 18 days.
These three deals already known, adds fourth consisting of steady improvement through a pavement base executed hot bituminous mixture Road La Ermita in Leiva, and pilots in the Watchtower, and eliminating one Leiva bumps in the road between the RM and RM-D4-332.
The road from La Ermita has 401 meters long and 4 meters wide and 410 meters of pilots long and 3.50 meters wide.
The budget for these three improvements is 26,319.99 euros, including VAT, and has a lead time of 10 days.
Magdalena Mendez said that "these works are undertaken with full funding by the municipality, which demonstrates the firm commitment of the government team to improve the lives of citizens in rural areas until our arrival at City Hall had been completely abandoned ".
For his part, Mayor of Mazarrón, Ginés Campillo, stressed that "the acometimiento of these improvements is a major effort by the City. An effort will continue carrying out future budgets due to good management that we are conducting of economic resources available to the hall ".
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón