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Millennium Highway To Cul de Sac Roadworks Continue

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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 June 3rd, 2024, to Sunday June 16th, 2024.

Focus of works shall be asphalt paving between the Ciceron and Monkey Town junctions along the Millennium Highway and the completion of all sidewalks, kerbs and drainage utility works at the Cul de Sac junction which now operates as a single-lane roundabout.

Please observe the signage and instructions-in place- to facilitate proper and safe usage. Other work activities include:

Millennium Highway:

  • Road Works in and in the vicinity of the tunnels – Long Delay Expected
  • Road Single lane traffic (Millennium Highway)
  • Road Works on OKEU Roundabout
  • Surveying Activities (Coubaril Junction to Cul De Sac Intersection)

Cul de Sac Intersection:

  • Road Single lane traffic. (Morne Road, East Coast Road and West Coast Road)
  • Sidewalk and Kerb Construction (Arms 1 and 2)
  • Ongoing Earthworks and Drainage Construction near Cul de Sac

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 AND MAY EXCEED 1 HOUR.

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 Construction Ltd

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7 COMMENTS

  1. I thought this project was completed since October last year, another King Cobra failure.

  2. So I have to call or email CO Williams directly if I have grievances wirh that project, then what is the role of the Ministry of Infrastructure? Who is managing CO Williams then? No wonder

  3. @ R.
    I was driven on it one week ago. I had this huge smile on my face when I saw the condition of that road. No way can that road be safely completed by end of this month. Someone is willing to buy into anything. The road will be “done with” but not completed…and that’s stretching it.
    I’m unsure at this point how long the road is undergoing construction. King needs to pack it up and go live happily ever after.

  4. Why in 2024 are we still building single lane roundabouts….these people have no vision or understanding for the future…..

  5. King signed that contract with CO Williams along with Guy Joseph when he was Prime Minister. Pierre was infrastructure minister for 5 years and King now 8 years. When will the St Lucian motoring public get some relief. Another of King’s disasters. I think it’s time for him to HIT THE ROAD JACK AND DON’T YOU COME BACK NO MORE NO MORE,

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