Two contracts have been awarded for road works to begin on the eastern end and at Little Harbour on Jost Van Dyke.
Mr. Abraham Coakley was awarded the contract in the amount of $40,152.92 to excavate the footing of the road, construct a retaining wall, install a culvert and construct a man hole on the eastern end of the sister island.
Mr. Philisianno Callwood of One Love Construction was awarded the contract of $59,612.30 for the improvement of the Little Harbour road. Scopes of works include the excavation for footing, construction of a retaining wall, and the construction of a kerb wall.
Minister for Transportation, Works and Utilities, Honourable Kye Rymer recently stated that a number of projects were about to start across the Territory including Jost Van Dyke east road, Virgin Gorda Nail Bay and Hannah Road Tortola.
Honourable Rymer said, “I am happy to note that the Nail Bay road is partially opened to allow the residents and visitors affected to commute via this road while my team continues to carry out works in this area. The Hannah Hill road above the Elevator Hill road will begin works to address the undermining in this area shortly.”
Ongoing and completed works to date since the holiday season include: Road Paving at Freshwater Pond Parts A & B; Road Paving at Garden Road, Carrot Bay Project 95 % completed; Road Paving at Romney Park, 95% completed; Cappoon’s Bay Band Stand Repairs; Cappoon's Bay Post Office Box; Cappoon's Bay Gazebo Roof; Cappoon's Bay Fencing Repairs (West); Cappoon’s Bay Fencing Repairs (South); Cappoon's Bay Basketball Bleachers, I, 2 and 3.
The public is therefore advised to take extreme caution and pay attention to road signs for their safety as the ministry continues to work to bring relief to people of the Virgin Islands.
Image of Nail Bay Road Virgin Gorda (Photo Credit: Giovanni Herbert/GIS);
Audio of Minister for Transportation, Works and Utilities, Honourable Kye Rymer.