$45 million Hospital Work Awarded

The Costa Rican Social Security Institution awarded Estructuras S.A. the design, construction and equipment of the operating rooms, delivery room and intensive care unit at Hospital México.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

dir="ltr">According to Social Security officials the contract was awarded on Monday, and the work includes construction of a building measuring 18,477 m2 and approximately $44.8 million will be invested.

See "Central America: $212 million in hospital projects"
 
Fernando Llorca Castro, executive president of the CCSS, explained to Nacion.com that " ... 'the new building responds to the need to have a surgical block in accordance with current regulations and will serve to guarantee the performance of surgical interventions, according to the quality standards for each specialty'."

In relation to the award process, Jorge Granados, from the Infrastructure and Technologies Department, said that " ... 'The work was awarded to Estructuras S.A. after a detailed analysis of the legal, administrative, financial, technical and price reasonability aspects'."

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