Without delving into details, both the Ministry of Tourism in Sinaloa and the Directorate of Economic Development, Tourism and Fisheries reported that the work is delayed due to technical and administrative issues
Mazatlan, Sinaloa.- The Technical Council of the new Mar de Cortés Aquarium met privately to discuss the progress of this project that is considered the best in Latin America, after the meeting, the secretary of Tourism in Sinaloa, Óscar Pérez Barros and the director of Economic Development, Tourism and Fisheries, David González Torrentera, reported that the work takes a considerable delay, because the commitment is that by May 2021 it will be open to the general public.
“We are seeing certain delays in the physical progress of the work, but we are in good time to solve this delays to update them, since it is a very large project for Mazatlan and Sinaloa, and the idea now is to know the status and know the relevant measures to improve the issue of progress that is what left us restless, ”said David González Torrentera.
For his part, the Secretary of Tourism, Óscar Pérez Barros explained that an agreement was reached so that both administrative and technical matters can be on a par with the works, knowing that it is a private-public work and there is a resource of the people placed on the table.
“It is to follow up on administrative issues and another one in progress of work, so the project was hired because there is a PPP supervisor, who are the councilors who put the exams, and there are administrative things with the developer such as the work, then there is an extension out there regularizes everything, “he said.
The work that is considered the best in Latin America, consists of a New Aquarium, Museum and Central Park and has an investment of around 2 thousand 590 million pesos.
Source: reaccion informativa
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