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Work Continues On Millennium Highway To Cul De Sac Roundabout Project

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C.O. Williams Construction Ltd wishes to inform the general and motoring public of the continuation of road works on the Millennium Highway to Cul de Sac Roundabout Project. The work activities will be carried out between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm and will focus on the following areas for the period Monday July 10th, 2023 to Sunday July 23rd, 2023.

Presently our main focus of works shall be the completion of all utility works at the Cul de Sac junction and all sidewalks and drainage works along the Millennium Highway in preparation for asphalt works in June.

Potholes and repairs will be carried out in the main carriageway in preparation of surfacing works.

Millennium Highway:

  • Sidewalk Construction (Landfill/Monkey Town Area)
  • Drain Construction (Between Sol Gas Station and Monkey Town Junction)
  • Sidewalk Construction (Tunnel #1 to Tunnel #2 LHS)
  • Surveying Activities (OKEU Roundabout to Cul De Sac Intersection)
  • Earthworks Activities (Between Arm #3 and Bridge along road edge – LHS &RHS) Cul de Sac Intersection:
  • Utility Works. (LUCELEC, FLOW, WASCO)
  • Road works. Single lane traffic. (Morne Road, East Coast Road and West Coast Road)

Work activities are subject to change depending on weather conditions and other unforeseen circumstances.

Temporary accommodations have been made for the safe movement of pedestrians and vehicular traffic within the work zones – traffic lights may be in operation. All road users and pedestrians are asked to observe the cautionary traffic signage along the road and exercise due care and consideration when traversing the Cul de Sac Intersection and the various sections along the Millennium Highway during the execution of the works.

C.O. Williams Construction Ltd regrets any inconvenience likely to be experienced as a result of the ongoing works and encourages motorists to utilize alternative routes in order to avoid delays.

DELAYS ARE LIKELY.

COMPLAINTS & GRIEVANCES:

Complaints and Grievances from the general public can be submitted to the following.

WhatsApp Number: 716-0439                    Email: complaints@cowstlucia.com

SOURCE: C.O. Williams Group of Companies

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3 COMMENTS

  1. is best yall had give rayeneau to do that road or the Japanese that built the bridge cul de sac it would have been done already. there are endless of holes in the massy vacinity the fellas refuse to full the hole on a timely manner when rain falls they are filled with water and you cant see how deep they are. then the traffic gets backed up all the way to the morne cause of that little section with holes people have to be driving ridiculously slow. its like co Williams not doing any work on the road

  2. @ma malay I totally agree with you. That entire project should of been given to the Japanese. They would of given a modern, better structured and ontime delivery of that project. That is the Melenium highway, the west coast highway(cul de sac to soufriere) and the cul de sac roundabout.

  3. This is exactly why people do not have confidence in local or regional contractors. A significant thoroughfare under construction is being held hostage by an incompetent contractor. What is so difficult about this roadway that construction cannot be done quickly? Cul-de-sac is a wetland that will always pose a problem to the highway unless it was built on piles or massive boulders. C.O. Williams has shown the result when incompetence meets indifference.

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