Costa Rica Invites Tenders for Hospital Center
In two weeks the country's social security agency (CCSS) will publish details of the bid criteria for the land where the hospital will be built.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
The search is for a 15 hectare site or bigger close to the center of Cartago province, south east of the Costa Rica capital, San Jose.
Costa Rica's social security agency (CCSS) has begun the process of purchasing 10 hectares of land for the construction of the new William Allen Taylor health facility.
The CCSS received land offers valued between $ 3 and $ 19.5 million for its new hospital in Cartago.
With an $85 million total investment, works at the Heredia Hospital complex are 73% completed.
The Social Security Department has begun negotiations with the World Bank for $400 million to build a replacement hospital in Puntarenas, which was damaged by the recent earthquake.
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