Tag Archives: The Ministry Of Transport And Works

Updates On The Grand Sable Bridge And The Byera Bridge

The Ministry of Transport and Works says work is progressing smoothly on the Grand Sable Bridge at Mount Young in Georgetown and work on the Byera Bridge will commence soon. Chief Engineer in the Ministry of Transport and Works, Brent Bailey says work is currently ongoing on the Grand Sable River Bypass where they are… Continue Reading →

Road Paving Challenges

The Ministry of Transport and Works says it is facing challenges with the supply of Asphalt from local suppliers for a number of road projects around the country. Chief Engineer, Brent Bailey tells NBC News, members of the public have raised concerns regarding the state in which some of the nation’s roads are in. He… Continue Reading →

Works on the Sandy Bay Coastal Defense Project will commence soon.

The Ministry of Transport and Works is anticipating that work on the Sandy Bay Coastal Defense Project will commence by January 2016. Chief Engineer Brent Bailey said the Ministry launched the tender for the project last week and eleven contractors locally, regionally and internationally have all expressed interest in bidding for this project. He said… Continue Reading →

The Ministry Of Transport And Works Will Begin Road Projects In Month’s Time

The Ministry of Transport and Works says it is preparing to embark on a number of road projects during the next month, which will span across the country. Chief Engineer Brent Bailey said discussions have been held with a number of Contractors who will be involved in the projects. Mr. Bailey said the rehabilitation of… Continue Reading →

The Ministry Of Transport And Works Continues Ginger Village Road Designs Developments

The Ministry of Transport and Works says it is continuing to develop designs for the Ginger Village Section of the Viggie Highway at Belmont. This follows a landslide which damaged sections of the Viggie Highway in Belmont in September 2013. Since this section of the highway was damaged an alternate route has been used to… Continue Reading →