$20 million Investment in Private School

An Environmental Impact Study has been submitted to build, in Ancon, province of Panama, a school that will have 15,000 square meters of open and closed areas.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

The study was presented by King's College Panamá, S.A. and details that the work will be located on Clayton Albrook Street, in the village of Ancón, it will be built in two phases. Investment in the first phase is expected to amount to $12 million and in the second $8 million, making a global investment of $20 million.

According to the document, the project is called "New Site for King's College" and the school building, which will have an area of 15,533 m2, will house 900 students at different educational levels.

The center will be composed of educational classrooms, administrative offices, sports areas, parking lots, recreation areas, green areas and other amenities. 

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