Construction: $160 Million for New Investments

A hydroelectric plant in Guatemala, a hotel in Panama and the expansion of an industrial plant in Costa Rica are part of the investments planned for the coming months in the region.

Monday, September 16, 2019

The interactive system "Construction in Central America", from the Trade Intelligence Unit of CentralAmericaData, includes the updated list of public and private construction projects that are expected to be developed, which in just that month totaled close to $1,000 in projected investment.

Detail of some of the Environmental Impact Studies presented recently:

In Guatemala Oxec II, S.A. plans to build a hydroelectric plant with a generation capacity of 75 MW at Finca Semuc Uno, in the department of Alta Verapaz. According to the study, approximately $143 million will be invested in the development of this project.

Moi Bo, S.A. presented the EIA to build a 36 level hotel near Uruguay Street in Panama City that will have 100 rooms. Approximately $11 million is expected to be invested in the project called "Construction of the Moibo Hotel."

In Costa Rica, SAE-A Spinning S.R.L. plans to expand an industrial complex in Arenilla, Cartago. The works also include the construction of a new industrial building and the expansion of the parking area, and the investment will amount to $15 million.

CentralAmericaData has information on the construction projects to be developed in Central America, with details such as estimated investment, times 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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A hospital in Panama, a multi-purpose building in Guatemala and a medical device factory in Costa Rica are part of the projects planned for the coming months in Central America.

The interactive platform "Construction in Central America", compiled by the Trade Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData, includes an up to date list of public and private construction projects that are expected to be built in the coming months.

The Projects Being Built in Central America

July 2017

Office towers in Costa Rica, a hydroelectric plant in Panama and an industrial plant in Guatemala are some of the projects planned for development in the coming months in the region.

The interactive platform "Construction in Central America" compiled by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData provides an up to date list of public and private construction projects for which EIA's were submitted to the respective institutions of each country in April 2017.

Report on Construction Projects - February 2015

May 2015

Electricity substations, a municipal stadium, a hydroelectric project, residential projects and dredging of rivers, are among the projects which presented environmental impact studies in February in Guatemala.

The report "Construction Projects in Guatemala - February 2015", prepared by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData.COM, provides a list of major construction projects which in the month of February presented environmental impact assessments (EIA) to the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of Guatemala (MARN).

Costa Rica: Spinning Mill Starts Operations

April 2015

The Korean textile SAE-A Spinning SRL has started producing yarns and fabrics in the manufacturing plant built in the industrial area of ​​Coris, in Cartago.

Although construction of the new textile plant, which required an investment of $35 million was announced in June 2014, it is just now starting operations.

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