Details of a hotel project worth $69 million

An environmental impact study has been submitted in Costa Rica for a 14,000 square meter hotel development in the touristic region of the Gulf of Papagayo, Guanacaste.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

In the environmental impact assessment (EIA) for the "DP6 Papagayo Project", filed with the National Environmental Technical Secretariat in July 2015 by Hoteleras Playa Pochote S.A., it is indicated that the hotel tourism development will have a maximum of 318 rooms.

The total construction area is estimated at 41,406 m2, while the coverage area will be 16488.5 m2, or just 10.36% of the total land area. The rest of the property will be preserved for parkland and protected areas.

Surrounding the accommodation buildings will be other important buildings that will house additional facilities such as restaurants, swimming pools, playgrounds, a spa, fitness center, lobby and business center with meeting rooms and an event room.

The total volume of earthwork is estimated at 84,000 m3, of which nearly 28,900 m3 can be done using material from the site itself.

The project will have internal roads, parking lots, sidewalks and pedestrian paths. Support areas will be built such as laundry rooms, locker rooms and dining rooms for employees, an infirmary, warehouses, engine room, administrative offices and cleaning rooms.

All infrastructure related to the provision of services for the project, will also be built namely: Poles, piping and electrical wiring, water piping, pipes and stormwater management, and connection pipes to handle sewage water.

The estimated cost of the project is $69,380,000. The amounts by category break down into $7.06 million for the land, $9,724,000 in infrastructure and earthworks and $52,596,000 for construction.

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