Campeche, (January 6, 2022).- In the following months, the construction of 300 to 400 homes is expected in several municipalities of Campeche, this was announced by Fonatur, stating that this will bring great benefits to the construction sector.
The economic impact for this sector will bring opportunities for professional development for all, but especially for the creation of more jobs that is intended not only to support young people but also people of all ages.
It was also said that after completing the construction of these houses, they will be delivered to families living on the right of way in the south-southeast of Mexico where the Mayan Train project will pass.
The construction of the houses will be in charge of a team of architects who will work with unique designs for families so that they can have a home with estimated durability of 100 years as another of the goals to comply with is to provide the houses to workers who have had difficulties to contribute to Infonavit and who require a house-room, it should be noted that for this, millionaire resources will be invested that will be built in at least 6 municipalities.
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