Construction Projects in Costa Rica in April 2016

Roadworks, a free zone, a high rise residential condominium and a private school are some of the projects for which environmental impact studies were presented in April 2016.

Monday, June 20, 2016

The report "Construction projects in Costa Rica in April 2016", prepared by the Business Intelligence unit at CentralAmericaData.com, provides an updated list of major construction projects for which environmental impact studies (EIS) were presented to the National Environmental Technical Secretariat (SETENA) in April.

The Ministry of Public Works and Transport of Costa Rica submitted an EIA to carry out renovation work and expand to four lanes the North American Highway, National Road No 1, Section Barranca -Cañas. The project will cover a length of 71.28 km and according to the document $116,436,121 will be invested.  

Global Zone II S.A. presented an EIA for an industrial construction, of a free zone for commerce, which will include five industrial buildings with mezzanines which are subdivided into 50 warehousesAccording to the study, the project is called "Global Park II" and will be located in the district of San Francisco, province of Heredia, and the investment amount will be $20,299,260.

The developer 3-101-638198 SA submitted an EIA to build and operate in the district of San Rafael, canton of Escazú, province of San José a high rise residential condominium that will consist of an apartment building with 10 floors and two basements levels for parking, warehouses, and electromechanical rooms. According to the EIA the project is called "203 Guachipelín" and requires an estimated investment of $15,872,500.

Desarrollos Hoteleros Guanacaste S.A. submitted an EIA to develop in Guanacaste, Santa Cruz, Cabo Velas, a set of common areas and amenities for a beach hotel which fundamentally consists of sidewalks, parking lots, streets, beach club, a reception, swimming pools, terraces, a restaurant and seating areas. According to the study, the project is called "common areas and amenities for beach hotel" and $13,872,500 will be invested.

Gredos San Diego S. Coop. Mad. submitted an EIA to build in the district of Guácima, province of Alajuela, private educational facilities with a total construction area of buildings at all levels of 18,978 square meters. According to the document, the project is called "Gredos San Diego International School" and $11,929,020 will be invested.

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