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Demolition Activity Taking Place Near Anse La Raye Bridge

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O.B. Sadoo Engineering has informed Anse La Raye residents, the public, and motorists of demolition activities near the Anse La Raye Bridge from January 8 to 13, 2024.

A company release said the scheduled demolition is part of preparatory work for commencing the Anse La Raye Bridge project.

The work includes removing existing structures and clearing trees near the bridge site.

According to the Engineering Company release, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force (RSLPF) will assist with managing and redirecting traffic to ensure safe access where necessary.
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O.B. Sadoo Engineering apologised for any inconvenience.

The company expects to complete a new concrete bridge, weather and other circumstances permitting, within nine months.

According to the company, the new structure will replace the one that has existed for many years.

In addition, the firm expects to hire Anse La Raye residents to help build the new structure.

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Is that where the British vacationers had there experience of a life time by using one of the best highway where they said that there vehicle got stuck on the highway. Now which other countries have highways like fishponds?

  2. It occured to me that; the year of infrastructure has commenced. Only hoping that in the coming days motorist will not complain of delays in traffic 🚦.

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