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Third Phase Of The SVG Community College Rehabilitation Project Launched Today.

The project at a cost of 30-million EC dollars, includes a Lecture Theatre Building, A Student Union Building and the Teachers’ Building. In addition, there are two hard courts and an uncovered seating area or bleachers. Renovations were also done on the existing buildings from the first and second phases. This project was financed by… Continue Reading →

Milton Cato Memorial Hospital Changes And Rehabilitation

A number of changes are to be made to the operations at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital from today, as rehabilitation work at the institution gets underway. The work is to be carried out by Hutchinson Construction Company, with funding from the European Union, to the tune of 8.3-milion euros Acting Hospital Administrator at the… Continue Reading →

Director of Dipcon Commits To South Leeward Highway

Director of Dipcon Engineering Ian Singh has pledged the commitment of his company to executing the South Leeward Highway Rehabilitation Project as quickly and efficiently as possible. Mr. Singh gave this commitment, during a Signing Ceremony held at the Ministry of Transport and Works on Friday. He noted that the project is of great significance,… Continue Reading →

Road Rehabilitation Project

Motorists travelling into Kingstown are being alerted to road diversions which are being implemented to accommodate work on the Murray’s Road Rehabilitation Project. The Ministry of Transport and Works says the Windward Highway between the Murray’s Village intersection and the Bus Stop at the Girls High School will be temporarily closed to vehicular traffic travelling… Continue Reading →

Rehabilitation And Reconstruction Efforts Preparations

The Government is currently preparing projects for the rehabilitation and reconstruction efforts, following the flooding and landslides which occurred on Christmas Eve. This was revealed by Chief Engineer, Brent Bailey, who said that the first aspect of this program will be to install Bailey Bridges in the affected communities to ensure the ease of travel… Continue Reading →