Construction of the Republic of Venezuela school and the Bolívar Commercial Institute will begin in January

Judith Pena | December 29, 2022

The Ministry of Education (Meduca) announced that the construction of the Republic of Venezuela school and the Bolívar Commercial Institute will begin in January 2023.

According to the Vice Minister of Education Infrastructure, Ricardo Sánchez, the order to proceed to start this work will be delivered on January 25, 2023 for the benefit of 681 students who are currently part of these educational centers. This project has an investment of 19.1 million balboas.

The new facilities of the Escuela República de Venezuela will have 28 theoretical classrooms, six laboratories, a library, a maximum classroom and a sports area, highlighted Sánchez.

For its part, the Instituto Comercial Bolívar, which occupies another part of the building, will have 24 theoretical classrooms, eight for each level, 16 laboratories, a library, a maximum classroom, in addition to other facilities contemplated, in the same way, in the general basic school.

The construction project includes the demolition of the current structures and the construction of an administration area, another for two classrooms for kindergarten and four for preschool, as well as three floors.

The campuses will have administrative offices, laboratories, a teachers’ room, a dining room, elevators, a library, an infirmary, a psycho-pedagogical office, sports areas, theoretical, support and preschool classrooms.

To achieve this construction, Meduca carried out three tenders, but none were successful, so according to Sánchez this year “the online quotation procedure was requested for exceptional contracting and an evaluation commission chose the company with the highest score.”

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