$62 Million Hospital to be Built in Guatemala
The Guatemalan Institute of Social Security will build a new hospital in Quetzaltenango in November.
Friday, February 20, 2009
Prensalibre.com publishes: "Alone, the plans had a cost of $1 million USD, detailed the congressperson [Armando Paniagua], who added that, for the construction, Q350 millions ($43 million) are designated and the remainder is for equipment."
The Guatemalan social security institute (IGSS) has presented its investment plan for 2010 and 2011.
Bidding documents have been published for the new East Tower of the Calderón Guardia hospital.
Work is expected to begin in 2011 once the international construction tender process is completed.
It is estimated that construction of the new facilities will take three years, meaning that the current hospital will remain operational.
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