Cuenca architects, engineers and builders are complaining that their suggestions have not been included in the city’s 2030 urban plan being developed by the municipal council. The College of Architects (CAA), the College of Civil Engineers of Azuay (CICA), and the Chamber of Construction of Cuenca (CCC) are demanding a larger role in the planning process, claiming that they are the professionals who will be responsible for carrying out the plan. Pablo Cordero, President of CAA, said his group presented eight points during the first analysis of the plan but none are included in the current document. He says he…
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