El Salvador: Comédica Builds Administrative Headquarters

The Medical College’s Financial Cooperative is building a 2,500 square meter building that will be its administrative headquarters.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

The aim is to centralize the various offices of the cooperative which are currently spread across various sectors.

An article in Elsalvador.com detailed some of the features of the new building: "It will have parking space for approximately 100 vehicles. It will also have drive-thru banking to facilitate motorist transactions."

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