Costa Rica: $5 Million Medical Center

The Comptroller confirmed the contract for the construction, under the turnkey format, of a medical center in Pérez Zeledón, San José province.

Friday, July 7, 2017

The contract between the National Institute of Insurance (INS) and the companies Consorcio Constructora Gonzalo Delgado, Consultancy and Design and Industrial Medical Electronics is for $5 million comprises "... the preliminary draft, environmental feasibility study, technical specifications, design of construction plans, in addition to the execution of the construction and total equipment of the medical part."
 
Crhoy.com reports that "... 'According to the contract specifications ... the consultancy will cost $265 thousand (¢ 151,105,500.00); the construction will cost $4,065,000 (¢2,324,700,000.00) and the equipment is valued at $610,556.24. Works will start this year."

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