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Festive Season Break Announced For Millennium Highway Works

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C.O. Williams Construction Ltd wishes to inform the general public that works on the Millennium Highway to Cul de Sac Roundabout project will break for the Christmas and New Year’s Season between December 15, 2023 and January 3, 2024.

The disturbed road areas have been graded to maintain riding comfort and the following measures have been put in place to direct both vehicular and pedestrian traffic through the active site:

  • Red and white barriers to demarcate the road edges and secure the works
  • Pedestrian access signs to indicate a safe route for pedestrians
  • Speed limit and temporary road surface signs to guide drivers

We encourage all road users to pay close attention to the cautionary signage and respect the speed limit within the work zones.

Complaints and Grievances can be submitted to:

WhatsApp: 17587160439 Email: complaints@cowstlucia.com

SOURCE: C.O Williams Construction Ltd

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6 COMMENTS

  1. You’ll should be working right through the “festive season” day and night pay overtime to your workers.

  2. Oh no!!! How will Saint Lucia cope with all those indispensable, hard-working folk taking a break for a whole 2 1/2 weeks???!!!

  3. A message to NAMALCO, I hope aĺ you will not do the same shate CO Williams is doing.. CDB ensure CO Williams does not get contracts in St.Lucia again.

  4. Well deserved!! They have been working on that job for year now, I’m glad they can finally take a break.

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