Aldesa, OHL win National Archaeology Museum contract in Peru

WCN Editorial Team 4 Jul 2016 SOUTH AMERICA BUILDINGS

MUNA Consortium featuring Aldesa Construcciones and OHL Construcción has secured a contract from The Ministry of Culture of Peru to build an €100M National Archaeology Museum in Peru.


The museum will be located at the archaeological area of Pachacámac, in the Lurín district.

The 75,000sq m building will accommodate 500,000 pre-Colombian archaeological pieces.

It will also have a new Children's Museum, a 450-seat auditorium and conference room, in addition to areas intended for restaurants, services and car parks.

Construction work will take approximately two years. Once completed, the National Archaeology Museum will be the biggest in the country and one of the most important in Latin America.

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