Works To Commence On Collapsed Section Of Allan Bousquet Highway

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The Department of Infrastructure, Ports and Transport wishes to inform the general and motoring public that works are scheduled to commence on a collapsed section of the Allan Bousquet Highway (opposite the LUCELEC Union Power Station) on Monday May 16th, 2022.

Apex Construction Limited was awarded the contract via the competitive bidding process.

The works will involve slope stabilisation via a retaining river wall and reinstatement of the road, with an estimated completion time of sixty (60 days).

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While the road will not be closed, traffic management measures will be implemented to ensure the safety of the workers and the public.

Motorists are advised to exercise caution when traversing the vicinity of the work site, and to pay attention to all associated signage.

Source: Department of Infrastructure

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Who owns Apex Construction? To me this is the first time that I’m hearing about this company. Is it a new company that was created last year after July 26th?

  2. Read comments about road causing accidents. Myself and 1000s other vehicles pass there everyday and never came close to an accident. Persons driving Distracted, Unable to gauge the width of roads cause their own accidents. Btw Poor misguided PR. What’s the overall cost? How can this be competitive bidding when u all choose all U frenz to bid. I nvr saw it being advertised so i can send in a bid. STOP MISLEADING PPL.

  3. Dr Hilaire when are you going to repair the Marigot road? We are going to write to the Governor General about that road.

  4. The road, bridges and water works are done so poorly. It also comes with a hefty paycheck to do construction in this banana republic. The are some destruction of landslide where roads are narrow down to footpath since thomas passage, 3PMs come and gone and many of these people voted for those vagabonds continuously.

  5. This. Is just to show you Politricktians dont give a Damm about no one in St.Lucia.

  6. F****** for Months upon Months that Road have been in that Mess .So.many Accidents have happened at that Location .To make it worst the Ministry of Distruction is only a Few Hundred Meters away .Politrickians again

  7. Under Chastanet nou te ka manje shemien et manje, manje. Now nou ka manje shemien et passa manje, manje. Manje Shemien ka meytay lajean en poshe se volere ar et nou ka more fen.

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