The Instituto Técnico del Este´s construction project, awarded to a consortium comprised of MECO and Rapiparedes, has already received environmental approval to start.
The project involves the construction of a training center for technical subjects in the province of Panama, according to the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) study which has now been approved by the Ministry of Environment.
In 2015 Costa Rica led the import of aluminum and articles made of aluminium in the region, with $166 million, followed by Guatemala, which imported $147 million, and thirdly Panama, with $129 million.
Marketfiguresfor aluminium and products made of aluminium in CentralAmerica compiled by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData.com, show that in 2015 the countries in the Central American region as a whole imported 153,000 tons of aluminum and articles thereof, equivalent to $646 million.
In 2015 Panama led the importation of footwear and related materials in the region, with $234 million, followed by Costa Rica, which imported $155 million, and in third place Guatemala, with $154 million.
Data from the report Foreign Trade Office on Shoes, similar articles and related materials,prepared by Business Intelligence Unit at Centralamericadata.com shows that in 2015 the countries of the region imported $757 million, corresponding to a volume of 84,484 tons.
In 2015 Central American countries imported $447 million worth of auto parts, and 60% of them came from the USA, Japan and China.
Datafrom a report entitled "Vehicle Parts Market in Central America", prepared by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData.com shows that Guatemala is the main buyer of these goods in the region.In 2015 alone the country imported $121.6 million and 37% of it came from the United States, 12.6% from Japan, another 12.6% from China, 9% from Mexico and the rest from other countries such as South Korea and Germany.
Works at the airport, works on riverbeds and construction of sports infrastructure are some of the projects which were awarded to private companies in May 2016.
The report "Construction Projects in Central America", prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData.com contains a detailed list of major construction projects awarded by Central American governments.
Works on electrical and road infrastructure and jobs in the mining sector are some of the major infrastructure projects awarded in Central America in March 2016.
The report "Construction Projects in Central America", prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData.com contains a detailed list of major construction projects taking place in Central America.
A contract has been awarded in Panama to Ingeniería Rec, SA for studies, design and construction of a building project with infrastructure called "Urbanization San Antonio" in the province of Veraguas.
In the tender for the supply of materials, labor, equipment and administration for studies, design and project construction of buildings and infrastructure for the "Urbanización de San Antonio" project located in the village of San Antonio, district of Atalaya, province of Veraguas, the company INGENIERIA REC, S.A. submitted a bid of $65.8 million, which competed with proposals from CONSTRUCTORA MECO, S.A., CONSTRUCCIONES CIVILES GENERALES S.A., ASINCRO PANAMA CORPORATION and that of Constructora San José (Panama Branch) S.A., who bid $66.9 million, $62.3 million, $58.1 million, and $56.2 million respectively.
Renovations and road construction in the provinces of Panama and Chiriqui are the subject of some of the contracts awarded in Panama in January 2016.
The report entitled "Construction Projects in Panama - January 2016", prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData. com, contains a list of the main construction contracts awarded in January.
In the first eleven months of 2015 Central America sold 4.8 million metric tons of bananas abroad, 2.4% less than in the same period in 2014.
The figures contained in the Central Agricultural Monitoring report, drawn up by the Commercial Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData.com reveal that Central American banana exports continued to show a downward trend, compared with the same period in 2014.
Constructions of condominiums and land development make up most of the list of residential projects for which environmental impact studies were submitted in November 2015.
From the report entitled "Construction Projects in Panama - November 2016", prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData.com, provides a detailed list of major construction projects for which environmental impact assessment (EIA) studies were presented to the Ministry of Environment in November.
Apartment buildings and horizontal condominiums account for most of the list of residential construction projects for which environmental impact studies were presented in September 2015.
The report entitled "Construction Projects in Guatemala - September 2015", prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData.com, provides a detailed list of major construction projects for which environmental impact assessments (EIA) were submitted to the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA) in September.
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