Rehabilitation and improvement of National Route 12, Guatemala

Rehabilitation and improvement of National Route 12

Rehabilitation and improvement of National Route 12, Guatemala

National Route 12 is considered the highest road Central America, reaching its highest point at 3,500 meters of altitude.

The work included the rehabilitation and improvement of 67 kilometers which run for more than 100 surrounding villages.

The project included the expansion of five minor bridges and the construction of the bridge over the river Coatán, with beams of 42 meters, executed on site. In addition works of environmental mitigation that included planting more than 6,000 trees native to the area.