A $332,000 project for work on the Virgin Islands Fire and Rescue Service headquarters in Road Town (British Virgin Islands), which was heavily damaged during Hurricane Irma, is on target to be completed by July, reports bvibeacon.com.
On March 2, Metro Construction Ltd was awarded a $322,206.73 contract to renovate the facility’s ground floor, and the company started work on March 22. Work on the second floor, which houses administrative personnel, was completed in 2019.
The project includes demolishing and replacing existing floor and wall tiles, windows, doors, and electrical and plumbing fixtures.
Work also has begun to fire stations at Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, and Anegada.