Costa Rica: IDA to Build Headquarters for $ 1.8 Million

The Agrarian Development Institute (IDA) will expand existing facilities by constructing a new building.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

New offices for the board of directors, president and management will be included at the new 1.600 square meter building, as well as an auditorium for 250 people.

"The new building is in addition to facilities the entity already has in Moravia”, reported

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Contracting of Assembly Building Started

June 2016

In Costa Rica an environmental permit has been granted for the construction of a new headquarters for Congress, and offers are already being received from companies for the earthworks.

Environmental permits were the missing process needed to start construction of the project to build a new headquarters for the Legislative Assembly, which will cost $63 million and which will have a construction area measuring 50,000 square meters.

Restrictions Lifted on Building Height

November 2012

A new satellite signal system, installed at the Juan Santamaria Airport in Costa Rica, will reduce the prohibitive zone of tall buildings in areas near the terminal.

Edwin Jimenez, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, said the municipalities of Alajuela and Belen will be affected by these changes, because in those places there is interest in constructing buildings with heights of over twenty meters.

Advances In Tender for Legislative Seat Design

July 2012

In Costa Rica seventy companies have already acquired the documents for the contest to design a new site at a cost of $5 million.

Representatives from interested companies visited the legislative site in order to examine the land.

Once the design and plans have been made, another tender will be convened to choose a company to handle the construction.

Greater Supply of Offices in Costa Rica

November 2011

The east and west of the capital are the areas that will see the greatest growth in 2012.

The economic slowdown experienced by Costa Rica , resulting from the global economic depression seems not to have greatly affected the construction sector, at least when it comes to office centers.

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