$ 15 Million for Port Terminal Studies

Americas Gateway Development Corporation (Amega) will develop studies for a container terminal at Moin, Costa Rica.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Aubery de Young, CEO of the company, explained that the Government of Costa Rica completed the formalities required to initiate these studies, which include the selection of a government counterpart and an independent engineering firm who will serve as auditor.

Dredgingtoday.com explains that Amega will draft the tender for the project, which will require a total investment of $ 900 million.

Young explained that the studies will be completed by May 2012, and from that date the government will have three months to review the proposal and announce the tender.

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