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BVIPA seeks to rehabilitate Gun Creek terminal by February 2022
The BVI Port (BVIPA) has opened up a tender for the rehabilitation of the Gun Creek Ferry Terminal in Virgin Gorda.
The project site is 1,000 square-feet of space and the successful bidder will be required to demolish and replace various windows and doors at the facility.
The scope of the works will also include repairing the facility’s sewerage and plumbing systems, its alarm/security system, as well as the reflective ceilings.
Other works include exterior and interior painting as well as repairing and replacing electrical fixtures.
The BVIPA projects to complete the bidding process by the end of September to commence the project in November.
The Authority further aims to have works completed by February 2022 for the building to be handed over by March 2022.
Interested contractors must submit their bids no later than 10 am September 10, 2021.
The Government Of Trinidad And Tobago Has Responded To Nicki Minaj's Claim About A Cousin's Friend's Swollen Testicles
Health officials said they "wasted so much time" trying to verify the rap star's claim about swollen testicles.
Experienced Boards Being Replaced By Political Appointees As Rewards
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No UK Assistance To Reboot Tourism
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Operation On VG Targets Illegal Immigrants
Three summonses have been issued for immigration related offenses and two persons arrested and charged for unrelated matters following a successful operation by the Joint Task F...
Buck Stops At The Leader
Hon. Melvin ‘Mitch’ Turnbull believes that it is time the BVI puts its house in order noting that the buck stops at leadership.
Plans Afoot To Have COVID-19 Certified Vaccines For Ages 2 To 12
Minister for Health and Social Development Hon. Carvin Malone said plans are afoot to have COVID-19 certified vaccines for toddlers and children below 12 years of age.
New champs emerge @ BVI Laser Masters & Back to School Regatta
Colin Rathbun toppled 2-time winner Christian Thompson in the Laser class when the BVI Laser Masters Championship and Back to School Regatta, organised by the Royal BVI Yacht Cl...
VI launching survey to gauge perception towards COVID vaccination
Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr Ronald E. Georges has said health authorities will be rolling out a survey to better understand public perception surrounding vaccination.
Cuba will begin giving COVID shots to children as young as 2
Cuba will begin vaccinating children as young as 2 against the coronavirus this week, making it the only country so far to immunize children that young.
If you have a crowded bar, 'you picking on yourself'– Hon Malone
On the heels of two bars being ordered closed and $1,000 fines issued over the past weekend, Minister for Health and Social Development Honourable Carvin Malone (AL) said bar ow...
Virgin Islanders used to build everything for themselves - Dr the Hon Wheatley
Deputy Premier and Minister for Education, Culture, Youth Affairs, Fisheries and Agriculture Dr the Hon Natalio D. Wheatley (R7) has admitted that the Virgin Islands (VI) educat...
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