On Friday, December 21, 2018, the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, newly elected 2018-2020 Sea Defence Board met to discuss the plans, functions and focus towards the rehabilitation, protection and preventive works under the Guyana Sea Defence Department.

The newly elected members are as follows; Mr. John Cush- Representative, Guyana Association of Professional Engineers, Chairman; Mr. Jermaine Braithwaite- Senior Engineer, Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Secretary; Mr. Kevi...

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The Ministry of Public Infrastructure in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Security in advancing efficient mobility during the Parliamentary session on Friday, December 21, 2018, is in support of modification to the driving arrangement.
As is customary, Brickdam will be closed between Lombard/Cornhill Street and High Street. Only South Bound traffic will be allowed on High Street between Brickdam and Hadfield Street.

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Sheriff Street (Rupert Craig Highway to Fifth Avenue)


The Ministry of Public Infrastructure wishes to advise the General Public that night construction activities have commenced and are expected to continue during the period of December 18 to 21, 2018...

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The Ministry of Public Infrastructure wishes to notify members of the public that approvals will not be granted for the use of the Kingston Foreshore (between Fort Groyne and the Camp Street) as a venue for entertainment, social and other events which are likely to generate noise above the permissible levels specified in Guidelines for Noise Emission into the Environment. This includes all events involving the use of loud audio and ...

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The Ministry of Public Infrastructure invites Applications from Contractors who wish to be shortlisted for the provision of Works and Services with the Ministry for the year 2019, in respect of the following Eight (8) categories:-

1. Rehabilitation/ Maintenance of Sea Defence Structures,

2. Rehabilitation/ Maintenance of Roads and Bridges,

3. Rehabilitation/ Maintenance of Buildings

4. Repairs to Vehicles and Equipment

5. Repairs to Vehicle...

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Residents traversing the Matthews Ridge to Baramita Road, in Region One, will have a smoother ride as a massive road rehabilitation project from Matthews Ridge to Baramita advances.The rehabilitation of the approximately 40 kilometres of roadway commenced in March this year and is expected to wrap up before the end of the year if favourable weather permits.

A $318M contract was awarded to A and S General Construction Incorporated for the rehabilitation of laterite road. The actin...

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Several important bilateral agreements and Memoranda of Understandings (MOU)will be signed at Guyana’s inaugural International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Air Transport Meeting in November. These agreements will finalise the arrangements to facilitate flights to and from African countries.

Providing an update at a press briefing on Wednesday, at the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority’s (GCAA) headquarters in Kingston, Director, Air Transport Management, Saheed Sulaman said th...

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Fly Jamaica flight OJ256, which departed the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) for Toronto, Canada, at 02:10hrs on Friday morning, declared an emergency landing 43 minutes into the flight.
The flight, which was estimated to arrive at its designation at 06:55hrs, immediately requested permission to return to the CJIA airport and subsequently landed at 02:53hrs.

On board were 120 persons. There 118 passengers, two infants and the eight crew members (six Guyanese, two...

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Guyana's Electrical Industry relies on the integrity and quality of  its Electrical Contractors. A Liscensed Electrical Contractor must set an example of the qualities that customers and the regulator would desire. The code of Conduct for Electrical Contractors therefore provides necessary guidelines which must be followed. 

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