Taking advantage of the excellent opportunities offered by the Colombian city of Buenaventura, the national government has launched initiatives to convert it into a centre for development and attraction of investments that drive economic growth, the creation of employment and social progress.
In this context, Findeter held a private request for tenders to prepare the Buenaventura-Valle del Cauca Special District Industrial, Port, Biodiverse and Eco-tourism Master Plan. The plan must cover the logistics/port and social/territorial ambits, integrate the various initiatives and define the strategic lines for facing the social, environmental, industrial, economic, logistics and port growth and development of Buenaventura with a vision for the city over the next 36 years.
The work is undertaken in three phases.
In the first phase, the general and specific diagnosis is presented of the environmental, urban, economic, port, infrastructures and social features that serve as the starting point for decision taking and strategic definition.
In the second phase, a long-term definition of the city is proposed with structuring and strategic sectorial definitions, identifying the backbone actions and projects for the social and economic development and zoning of the district.
In the third and final phase, Design of the 2050 Buenaventura Master Plan, the structuring, general and sectorial actions and projects proposed in the second phase are developed with the economic and time planning of the various initiatives and must set the roadmap for transforming the district in the next 36 years.