$400 million project created by Patti Rao (1965, Arch.)

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Dear [first_name],

Patti Rao ('65, Arch.) was awarded a $400 million mixed-use tourism project in Limón called Casino City Caribe. Patti is a renowned architect based out of Vancouver. Construction is set to begin in early 2019 and the entire complex is projected to be completed by 2027. Learn more about the project in the below newsletter article.

 

                                                                                                                        

                                                                                                                  

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$400 million project created by Patti Rao (1965, Arch.)

A $400 million mixed-use tourism project is being developed in Limón, called Casino City Caribe. This will be located in the northern area of Moín, at the entrance to the Tortuguero canal and will be in charge of Patti Rao Projects.

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IIT alumni body to host 'PanIIT Conclave 2019' on January 19-20, 2019

PanIIT Alumni India (PanIIT)--an umbrella body, representing alumni of all Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) is set to host 'PanIIT Conclave 2019'. The conclave is scheduled to be held on January 19 and 20, 2019 at IIT, Delhi.

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January 11-13, 2019: 16th Annual Alumni Meet January 18-20, 2019: Kshitij
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January 25-27, 2019: IIT Kharagpur 2019 Spring Fest
January 28, 2019: Avinash Gupta Chair Professor Chair in Healthcare

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