Published On: Thu, Mar 21st, 2013

Cancun municipal committee determines as “viable” the construction of Dragon Mart

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The Analysis Committee formed to study the feasibility of the construction license of Dragon Mart Cancun, determined that the project is viable by a majority of votes by its members.

During the eighth session of the committee established by the municipality of Benito Juárez to analyze whether or not the construction license application of the Dragon Mart meets the technical and legal requirements, the members gave its favorable opinion. Now the company only waits the final decision of the municipal government.

Juan Carlos

Juan Carlos, CEO DragonMart Cancun

In this regard, CEO of Dragon Mart Cancun Juan Carlos Lopez declared that “it is very encouraging that the specialists have reviewed the application and issued their opinions freely.” However, he continued, “we are respectful of the law and to the legality of the procedures; we will wait for the final decision of the authorities.”

Lopez reported that participating organizations and specialists in the committee that voted in favor from a technical standpoint were: The College of Civil Engineers of Quintana Roo, the Mexican Society of Structural Engineering and the Quintana Roo College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers. From a legal standpoint the favorable opinion was issued by the President of the Attorneys Bar of Quintana Roo and by the legal director of the municipality of Benito Juárez.

From the point of view of planning and development, the favorable opinion was given by the Institute of Urban Planning and Development of the municipality of Benito Juárez and the Citizens Advisory Council of the municipality of Benito Juárez, which he said ¨helped to clarify many doubts regarding municipal planning and the Dragon Mart project.¨

“Dragon Mart Cancun recognizes and thanks all the Committee members for their work during the seven sessions, this exercise of transparency and technical analysis will always contribute to improve the projects for the benefit of Cancun and Mexico,” Juan Carlos Lopez concluded.

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