By the A.M. Costa Rica staff
Last week, four Costa Rican design and construction companies visited México to promote their services to large corporations in the country, according to a Monday statement by the Promotora de Comercio Exterior.
Representatives from the companies visited the Mexican cities of San Luis Potosí and Mérida to exchange experiences and identify areas where Costa Rican knowledge and talent can contribute to sustainable and efficient construction management. The firms that visited were: G3 Arquitectura y Desarrollo, Victor Montero Arquitectos, DBJ arquitectura and Technoconsult.
All of these companies are members of the Asociación Costa Rica Natural Design Advisers, Procomer said. The visit allowed the Costa Rican representatives visit their counterparts in México who were from the real estate, construction and architectural sectors. These also included local city governments and chambers of realtors among other entities.
“Costa Rica has positioned itself in México as a nation of peace, with outstanding indices in health, education and natural resource care,” Álvaro Piedra, the director of exports at Procomer, said.
“Since 2015, different Mexican representatives from the public and private sectors have been interested in activating work spaces with our country under the objective of knowing and understanding the management of environmentally friendly construction practices.”