Copisa will rehabilitate the breakwater of the largest terminal of the Pacific. Costa Rica

The minister of Public Works and Transport, Rodolfo Méndez, announced the investment in rehabilitating the breakwater in Puerto Caldera, province of Puntarenas. This port has the largest terminal on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and it is the second in the country in terms of moved cargo.

The works consist in reinforcing 594 meters of the breakwater, reinforcing and conditioning 506 meters of road in the area of the breakwater and 240 meters of access, among other works.

The works are scheduled to finish in November 2020 and represent an investment of 12 million dollars.