Press Release
30 January 2018 - 4:43pm

The staff at the Facilities Management Unit were recognised for their hard work and commitment at the unit’s first Annual Staff Appreciation Dinner.

Facilities Manager, Mr. Arriel Donovan said it was important to recognise those employees who worked vigorously over the last few months during the recovery of the Central Administration Complex following the passage of Hurricane Irma.

"It is important to recognise staff for their good work,” Mr. Donovan said, adding, “it sends an extremely powerful message to them and we wanted to show them that we appreciated them for all they do on a daily basis." The Facilities Team is consisted of Maintenance, Security, Custodial and Administration officers.

Mr. Donovan said, “The dinner was ranked a high success by everyone who was able to attend and receive their tokens of appreciation. It was a night of fellowship, communion and togetherness.”

The event which was held on Saturday, January 28 was hosted by Assistant Secretary in the Premier's Office Mr. Theodore James while the Guest Speaker was Senior Liaison Officer for the Governor of the Virgin Islands, Mr. David Archer who delivered a message on "Purpose".

The Facilities Management Unit is dedicated to building and maintaining a safe, secure and clean working environment for the occupants and visitors of the Central Administration Complex, while establishing and enforcing safety guidelines and procedures in compliance with building and safety legislation.

Author

Nekita Turnbull

Information Officer II
Department of Information & Public Relations 
Telephone: 468-2730
Email:  Neturnbull@gov.vg

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