The photovoltaic electricity generation project developed by CEL confirms the great potential for solar energy production in the country.
The project being developed by El Salvador's Lempa River Hydroelectric Executive Commission (known as CEL in Spanish) will evaluate different kinds of photovoltaic energy for future investments in the country.
The request for proposal documents are being prepared for the tender in March of construction of two mega fire stations in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Authorities from the Fire Department explained that one of the mega stations, la metropolitana, will be built in the neighborhood of Carmen, 200 meters south of the Caribbean bus station, in the former Traube brewery.The other station will be built opposite the José María Cañas park, in the Hospital district.The cost of the land was $15 million and $10 million will be allocated for construction.
After ruling out the construction of a viaduct for $200 million announced last December, the Minister of Public Works has now announced a tender for other road works for the same amount.
An article in this morning Elfinancierocr.com reported that "tender details have been presented for the design and construction of works to join the General Cañas highway (Route 1), and San José-Caldera (Route 27) and San José-Limón ( Route 32). The project will have an estimated investment of $200 million. "
The Ministry of Public Works (MOPT in Spanish) has announced the construction of a new four lane bridge alongside the old bridge, which has structural problems, on one of the most important routes in the country.
The busy route between San José - Alajuela, fell into chaos several times due to ineffective repairs to the bridge that connects the road to the General Cañas Highway. The new construction will have four-lanes, and will be built by the MOPT alongside the old bridge.
It has been announced that sugar cane producers will receive 53.5% of the income received by the mills from the sale of sugar and molasses.
The low price of sugar on the international market, coupled with drought in the region has led to cane growers pressuring the industry to receive part of the income received from power generated using the bagasse they provide.
The private sector is complaining that fourteen road infrastructure projects which are vital to the economy are delayed, and some of them should have been ready 5 years ago.
From the Consensus statement from the National Road Network Rescue Group :
The Consensus Group for the National Road Network Rescue Group, formed by the Association of Engineers and Architects (CFIA), the National Laboratory of Materials and Structural Models (LanammeUCR), the Union of Chambers of Private Enterprise (UCCAEP), the Costa Rican Chamber of Construction (CCC), the Chamber of Architecture and Engineering Consultants (CCIC) and the Association of Roads and Highways in Costa Rica (ACCCR), has analyzed in detail and rigor the plight of road infrastructure in our country.
Between 2 and 5 years will pass until the Association Agreement with Europe enters into force, but Costa Rican exporters are already studying how to compete in that market.
Being more and more competitive seems to be the basic recipe to effectively compete in the EU’s 500 million person market.
Costa Rican businessmen are already seeking the necessary tools to achieve this indispensable increase in competitiveness: advice and training in how to export to Europe, business networking and adapting their goods to Europe’s demands and preferences.
Roadworks, a free zone, a high rise residential condominium and a private school are some of the projects for which environmental impact studies were presented in April 2016.
The report "Construction projects in Costa Rica in April 2016", prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData.com, provides an updated list of major construction projects for which environmental impact studies (EIS) were presented to the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA) in April.
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