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Ministry of Coms and Works move to brand new quarters in Brades

GIU (adapted) The Ministry of Communications, Works and Labour has moved finally into its new headquarters building located in the business and administrative cluster at Brades.

Built as part of the Government Accommodation Project, the building is said to be a showpiece of Montserratian design and construction capability. K.J. Cassell Architects and Clement Cassell Construction are the two local companies that completed the design and construction of the project which claims modern international standards.

coms&workThe building provides three floors of office space with modern amenities that provide workspaces to teamwork required for engineering and design teams, staff comforts and accommodation for the public doing business with the wider ministry.

The Minister’s office is on the third floor and provides a view of the surrounding area to include the MUL power station site, the site for the planned indoor gymnasium, government headquarters and an overlook of the port location that is planned for Carr’s Bay.

The project cost $3.1 million and forms part of the wider project that will provide standard buildings for the ministries and departments based on a total budget of just over $11 million.

The move which began the week of July 22 was completed on Friday, July26. Along with the Montobacco building and several proposed new buildings that will locate on the vacant lands nearby, Brades is now a lively, bustling area that has the look and function of a town centre. Not far away on the way to the new building are the Brades Primary school compound on the left and the Ministry of Agriculture, Housing Land and Environment on the left.

Meanwhile, members of the general public are asked to take note of the office relocations as the Public Works Department and the Labour Department will offer services from the new location, starting immediately.

Funding for the project was provided by the Department for International Development (DFID)

Pics by TMR – building in progress and

Milykhia to bring a current one if she gets it

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GIU (adapted) The Ministry of Communications, Works and Labour has moved finally into its new headquarters building located in the business and administrative cluster at Brades.

Built as part of the Government Accommodation Project, the building is said to be a showpiece of Montserratian design and construction capability. K.J. Cassell Architects and Clement Cassell Construction are the two local companies that completed the design and construction of the project which claims modern international standards.

coms&workThe building provides three floors of office space with modern amenities that provide workspaces to teamwork required for engineering and design teams, staff comforts and accommodation for the public doing business with the wider ministry.

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The Minister’s office is on the third floor and provides a view of the surrounding area to include the MUL power station site, the site for the planned indoor gymnasium, government headquarters and an overlook of the port location that is planned for Carr’s Bay.

The project cost $3.1 million and forms part of the wider project that will provide standard buildings for the ministries and departments based on a total budget of just over $11 million.

The move which began the week of July 22 was completed on Friday, July26. Along with the Montobacco building and several proposed new buildings that will locate on the vacant lands nearby, Brades is now a lively, bustling area that has the look and function of a town centre. Not far away on the way to the new building are the Brades Primary school compound on the left and the Ministry of Agriculture, Housing Land and Environment on the left.

Meanwhile, members of the general public are asked to take note of the office relocations as the Public Works Department and the Labour Department will offer services from the new location, starting immediately.

Funding for the project was provided by the Department for International Development (DFID)

Pics by TMR – building in progress and

Milykhia to bring a current one if she gets it