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Coastal Road Maimon – Luperon will cost 25 million pesos

PUERTO PLATA -. Costing over 25 million pesos, the multinational company CEMEX Dominicana start on Wednesday the construction of the coastal road, the line comprises 28 kilometers from Maimon to the town of Luperon.
This announcement was made by Executive Engineer Antonio Sanchez of the Dominican CEMEX who was accompanied by the Deputy Minister of Tourism Destination Management; César José de los Santos and explained that this road will be built in 18 months based on a reinforced concrete, the length comprised between Maimon communities through Guzmancito, Cambiazo up to Luperon.
Sanchez said the project includes the construction of two bridges also repair existing four viaducts in the area with the placement of sewers and the construction of ditches and gullies from 100 to 150 meters long in some areas of the road according studies are vulnerable to flooding.
The representative of Cemex Dominicana revealed that won the right to build the new road project, then they will win the bid made by the Dominican State in September 2013 and last year were also the Larrauri Carlos and Pablo Munnebar engineers who are executives of Poseidon Company Building at Guzmancito, a wind energy that will produce 100 megawatts.
The construction of the road will be started next Wednesday,and it will develop a sub destination in the destination of Puerto Plata as it seeks to bring development to several communities between Maimon and Luperon where more than 20 pristine beaches.
The tourism official said that with the construction of the road would join the bays Maimon – Luperon since both locations have a high historical and patriotic significance which will be an additional attraction to explore that area based on historical tourism and lush existing beauty in that region.
Source: Puerto Plata Digital

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