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Construction in Central America Still Growing

02/03/2018

Source: Centralamerica Data

A highway in Panama, a tourist center in Costa Rica and a high rise residential complex in Guatemala, are some of the projects planned for the coming months in the region.

The interactive system "Construction in Central America", compiled by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData, includes an up to date list of public and private construction projects that are planned in the region.

 

The Ministry of Public Works in Panama submitted an EIA for the construction of 19 kilometers of highway in the province of Bocas del Toro. According to the document, the project is called "Design and construction of the Almirante - Changuinola highway (Old Train Route), province of Bocas del Toro)", and an investment of $20.1 million is estimated.

 

In Costa Rica 3-101-731178 S.A. submitted an EIA to demolish and remodel a tourist center containing a hotel and business premises, which is located in Liberia, province of Guanacaste. The project is called "Redistribution, improvements and repair of the commercial touristic project Daysita", and according to the study approximately $19 million will be invested.

 

Desarrollos Del Naranjo, S.A. submitted an EIA to build in zone 14 of Guatemala City, two apartment towers of 19 levels each. According to the document, the residential project called "Edificio Echo" will have a pool, lobby and other amenities, and an overall investment of $12 million.