CABEI expands operations in Tegucigalpa with construction of annex building


This Thursday, in the presence of the President of the Republic of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, the first stone of what will be the new facility was laid.

Tegucigalpa, May 13th, 2021.- As a sign of its commitment to be part of its member countries' economic reactivation, this Thursday the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) announced the expansion of its operations with the expansion of its headquarters in Tegucigalpa.

The President of the Republic of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, and CABEI Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi, laid the first stone of what will be the new facility. CABEI Governor for Honduras and Minister of Finance, Marco Midence, and CABEI Director for Honduras, Catherine Chang, also participated in the ceremony.

"The expansion of our headquarters in Tegucigalpa reflects the confidence that CABEI has generated in bringing development to the region. We are focused on promoting investment and employment, thereby contributing to the dynamization of their economies," said Dr. Mossi.

The project will have more than 12,000 square meters of construction on six levels, providing more space for employees to work in technically adequate, high-tech areas. In addition, around 250 direct and indirect jobs will be generated during the construction phase.

Dr. Mossi highlighted the labor stability that has distinguished the Bank throughout its history, currently totaling 413 collaborators in the region. "Our Institutional Strategy drives us as a key player in the transformation of our member countries' social fabric, which is why CABEI reaffirms its commitment to generating social capacities that lead to improving Central Americans' wellbeing and quality of life."

This new facility will be LEED Gold certified, which means that it will be a sustainable building because it guarantees the adoption of international sustainability policies from the design and construction process to its operation, including a solar farm for clean energy production.