From Jim Day: I wanted to have a beautiful project that enabled people to live as inexpensively as possible in paradise, and already planted many fruit trees and bananas, and avocado's among other things. Everyone can have their own fruit trees, veggie gardens, and if they are so inclined, and have the room for keeping a horse or two, and have their own little hobby farms, or just a beautiful retirement or vacation residence.
With modern technology I am sure we can install solar and other "green" electric systems for people and hope to find affordable water recycling systems to conserve this valuable resource, as I knew from having surveys done prior to buying the land, that the Sardinal aquifer was under this land, and being in a "tropical dry forest" conserving water would be an important consideration.
I also wanted a place where people could have a nice pond with an area for swimming, and another area for fishing, and I would stock the pond to be built with tilapia and a variety of bass that does well in warm weather and a few catfish to help keep it clean. Then a rancho with lights, fans, and places where people can picnic with bar-b-que's we will put in, and enjoy conversations with their friends, watch their children or grandchildren play and swim, use it as a gathering place. There is already one small pond I installed, which is private on lots others have already purchased.
The new pond to be installed will be over 3500m2 in size and will have pumps to aerate the water for the fish, and maintain the correct water levels. More fruit and ornamental trees to keep the wildlife attracted to the area will be installed in the future, and buyers of lots are encouraged to so the same on their lots, to have natural beauty all around them.
Jeffrey Sandí Murray is a law graduate with more than 15 years of experience in multiple law areas. He also has vast experience in real estate due diligence regulations, chain of title studies, advising on acquiring and selling properties for commercial or residential projects, and escrow proceedings.
Career extensive experience in bank and financing due to his early years working with public and private banks, multinationals, and real estate developers. Jeffrey is also a diplomat in Sustainable Architecture and Urban Planning.
He is in charge of the "Colinas del Sol" development, a project-oriented to drive sustainable and eco-friendly development. He is also the owner of Eco Sustainable Development Solutions, a start-up dedicated to import, commercialize and sell, construction materials that are eco-friendly and that help sustainable building projects.
Tatiana Holness is a Costa Rican business administrator with a major in marketing and professional involvement in the field of tourism. She currently resides in Winchester, CA, with her husband. In 2016 Tatiana began collaborating with Jeffrey Sandí as an informal advisor for Colinas del Sol by becoming familiar with the site, providing professional insight, and sharing the visions and goals for the development. Presently she serves as the representative for the Southwest region of the United States of America." Phone: 949-231-8324 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Marco Lopez is a Costa Rican licensed architect with 13 years of academic and professional involvement in the field. He currently resides in Boise, Idaho, with his wife, and works as an associate architect for an architectural firm with offices in Idaho and Wyoming. In 2015 Marco began collaborating with Jeffrey Sandi as an informal advisor for Colinas del Sol by becoming familiar with the site, providing professional insight, and sharing the visions and goals for the development. Presently he serves as the representative for the northwest region of the United States of America. Contact info: email@example.com 606 E. Logan...
Design and architecture studio, dedicated to provide innovation to our clients. It started back in 2018 when the Arch. María José Martínez and Arch. Manuel Alberto Barquero joined to work in all kind of ideas for commercial and residential projects.
The main goal of MARBA Arquitectura is to develop projects based on the needs of clients and the immediate impact of design in different areas of:
Architecture_ Creating spaces designed for the user and their connection with the environment.
Interior Design_ We transform, create and make experiences of the interior space.
Commercial Design_ We understand the dynamics of commercial space to give to the user an experience through design.
Due to this, MARBA Arquitectura designs with the client to give them creative and thoughtful solutions through design, creating spaces that connect with the user and their surroundings.
Some of our developed projects and in San Jose, Central and North Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.
Both architects are graduated from the School of Architecture at Veritas University, San José, Costa Rica, in 2016. We defended the thesis entitled: Architecture as Emotional Therapy: Solution to Depression, a project that reaffirmed the importance of architectural space on people's emotions and well-being.
We have also taken different courses that complement our profession, among them, Calculation and Budgeting for Civil Construction and Technical Course of AutoCad 2D, both from the Instituto Nacional de Aprendizaje (INA). In the same time, we have the knowledge of apraisals. The course was taken at the Federated College of Engineers and Architects of Costa Rica (CFIA). Also a photography course, endorsed by INA.
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