Construction is 80 percent complete, says Governor Quirino Ordaz. It would be ready for February.
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The construction of Mazatlan’s new general hospital will be completed in February of next year, state governor Quirino Ordaz Coppel said.
During the reopening of the Malecón de Mazatlán, the state Governor said that the new general hospital has an 80 percent advance. They invested 1,300 million pesos in construction. This work will improve the health system in the locality by replacing the Doctor Martiniano Carvajal hospital, located in the Ramón F. Iturbide neighborhood.
The relocation is taking place on Óscar Pérez Escobosa avenue, near the CUM (Multiple Use Center).
Quirino Ordaz mentioned that the roof of the Olympic pool will be built, although there is no set date. It is estimated that the cost of this project is 24 million pesos.
The governor pointed out that it is an important work due to the social impact that this would generate, at the same time an increase in the number of users is expected once it is completed.
Thus the governor described the opening of the Malecón of Mazatlán since this weekend and expected the event of international stature, The Pacific Marathon.
The 6.5-kilometer stretch received a restoration of the pavement, which gives a better image to one of the main avenues of Mazatlan. The cost of this investment was calculated at 145 million pesos.
Source: El debate
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