Cruise terminal project for Amador moves forward

The consortium formed by the Belgian Jan De Nul and China Harbor Engineering Company already has the environmental backing to move forward with the construction of the port at the Amador Causeway, Panama.

The Environmental Impact Study was approved by the Ministry of Environment of Panama. The consortium in charge of the work plans to complete construction of the terminal in two years..

After receiving no objection from other institutions, MiAmbiente’s technicians approved the Port EIA, which will require an investment of $165 million.

The port terminal to be built on Perico Island will be able to simultaneously receive two mega vessels carrying a total of up to 10 thousand passengers.  It will include various green areas, parking lots and facilities for boarding passengers and handling their luggage. 

The consortium that will be in charge of the construction of the project was the only one that submitted a proposal in the tender in which initially more than 40 companies had been interested and which was postponed several times.