Congress on Public Infrastructure

From May 27th to May 30th companies in the construction and architecture sector in Costa Rica will be holding a congress in which issues related to public works management will be discussed.

Friday, February 27, 2015

The twelfth edition of the congress entitled Public Infrastructure Architecture 2015 Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, is being organized by the College of Architects of Costa Rica and will be held in the CFIA auditorium, in the daytime from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm During the week of the conference week several events will be held which will allow for contact with representatives of the sectors involved

The first event was held on February 9, the discussion group brought together representatives of local governments. It is expected that by next April 8 another workshop will be held conducted with representatives of the Central Government and autonomous institutions.

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