Honduras: $20 million on New Campus

The Karim's group is to build the first phase of a new campus for Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana (Unitec), in an area adjacent to the towers of Altia Business Park in San Pedro Sula.

Friday, August 24, 2012

The first phase consists of five four-story buildings, an outdoor sports facilities, auditorium for 400 people, a recreation center and parking area for 640 cars, and is projected to be ready by the end of 2013.

Luis Zelaya, president of Unitec, told reporters that "the university campus has been planned with a modern design, under international university standards, it is fully air conditioned, and meets ISO quality standards. The buildings will be environmentally friendly."

The second phase is under study and it advance along with the growth in number of students.



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