Central America: $252 million investment in Industrial Plants

Last year, 44 environmental impact studies were presented in countries in the region for construction of industrial plants of different types and improvements in some existing ones.

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The interactive platform "Construction in Central America", compiled by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData, includes an up to date list of public and private construction projects for which environmental impact studies (EIA) were presented to the respective institutions of each country.

Panama is the country in the region where the largest investment is concentrated, with an approximate $184 million in industrial projects, corresponding to 14 environmental impact studies submitted between January and December 2017.

It is followed by Costa Rica, where 17 EIAs were submitted, which together total an approximate investment of $46 millionIn Guatemala, 8 projects were submitted, making a total estimated investment of $21 million.

In El Salvador, 5 studies were submitted for works on different types of industrial plants, with an approximate investment of $1 million.

CentralAmericaData has information on planned construction projects in all Central American countries, with details such as estimated investment, time and phases of the project, supplies and equipment that will be required during and after construction, water treatment, and parking structure, among other things.

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