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BRAGSA Additional Money

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has allocated an additional eleven million dollars in the Supplementary Estimates for the Buildings Roads and General Services Authority (BRAGSA). This was announced by Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves while presenting the Supplementary Estimates in Parliament on Wednesday. The Prime Minister said BRAGSA… Continue Reading →

BRAGSA Continues To Aid In The Ongoing Recovery Effort

The Building, Roads and General Services Authority (BRAGSA) has pledged to continue its role in the ongoing recovery efforts, to ensure that the lives of persons affected by the December 2013 floods are returned to normalcy. The assurance came from Manager of Infrastructure at BRAGSA, Kenyatta Alleyne. Speaking at a News Conference yesterday, Mr. Alleyne… Continue Reading →

BRAGSA Continues To Clear The River Network

The Building, Roads and General Services Authority (BRAGSA) says it is continuing its work to clear the river network across the country, following the devastation caused by the December 2013 floods. Chief Executive Officer of BRAGSA, Deidre Myers, said three months after the disaster, BRAGSA is still seeking to restore a number of rivers that… Continue Reading →

BRAGSA Media Conference

The Buildings Roads and General Services Authority BRAGSA says its continuing restoration work, in the aftermath of the December 2013 floods. And, Minister of Transport and Works Julian Francis along with officials from BRAGSA will provide an update on the restoration works at a Media Conference tomorrow at 9:30. < script>

BRAGSA’s Beresford Phillips has commended the Government for its quick response to the need for rebuilding across the nation

Chairman of the Buildings Roads and General Services Authority (BRAGSA), Beresford Phillips has commended the Government for its quick response to the need for rebuilding across the nation. He made this statement during yesterday’s arrival of about five million dollars in Building material which arrived in the state via boat from Jamaica-based hardware firm Tank… Continue Reading →