Multi Million Dollar Sanitation Project 2013
Once the design for the new sewer system and treatment plant in the province of Heredia, Costa Rica, has been finished, its construction will be put out to tender.
Thursday, July 12, 2012
The company Servicios Públicos de Heredia (ESPH by its Spanish initials) has estimated the cost of the project design at about $3.2 million. The Mexican-Costa Rican consortium GIA-Cacisa will be in charge of the design.
On June, the Public Services Corporation of Heredia (ESPH) will invite bids for developing the first stage of a project intended to renew its water treatment system.
Towards the end of the month Heredia's Public Services Corporation (ESPH) will invite bids for a sewage infrastructure project.
With the approval of a $150 million IDB loan the financing for Phase I of the sanitation project of the bay in Arraiján and La Chorrera in Panama West now amounts to $553 million.
The Aqueducts and Sewers Institute will improve its treatment plant in Santiago, Veraguas.
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