Hospital Construction for $18 million

An environmental impact study has been presented to build a hospital consisting of five buildings in the municipality of Santa Catarina Pinula, department of Guatemala.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) submitted to the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of Guatemala in March 2016 by Olga Marina Cabrera Ruiz de Contreras, indicates that the development will be called "Vitta Center" and will be located at Kilometer 7.5 at the end of Boulevard Los Proceres, in the municipality of Santa Catarina Pinula, department of Guatemala.

See also: "Guatemala: Construction Projects - February 2016"

The project involves the construction of five buildings that will house more than 200 medical clinics, professional offices, over 100 hospital beds in private rooms, a commercial area and a residential area.

Vitta Center will be located in an area measuring ​​20,680 square meters and will have a construction area of ​​139,413 square meters. The project will include the following areas:

-Basements: There will be 4 levels for parking with capacity for 1,677 vehicles.

-Hospital: Will be located in levels 1 to 3 of Tower C. There will be a diagnostic center, corridors, operating rooms and intensive care rooms, inpatient facilities, balconies, passenger lifts and lifts for stretchers.

-Medical Clinics: They will be located in buildings A and B.

-Commercial and educational area: This will be located on levels 4 to 6 of Towers C and D.

-Apart-Hotel and apartments, will be located in Tower E. The distribution will be 4 levels for the apart-hotel and 4 apartments.

-Building A will have a heliport to provides support for hospital and clinical activities in the complex.

According to the document, the estimated amount of investment will be $17,581,274.

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