The Eco-Industrial Development Company of Tobago (E-IDCOT) has been tasked with sourcing an appropriate contractor to treat with the retrofitting, partitioning and electrical works on the ground floor of the Complex. Tendering will commence on 11th August 2017.
Infrastructure Secretary Kwesi Des Vignes said “Enhancing customer service in the public sector is a key undertaking of the Assembly– providing an infrastructural upgrade to the Licensing Department is a positive step in this direction as the Administration moves to treat with issues regarding the quality of workspaces and health and safety of employees while on the job. We are aware that aging infrastructural issues can affect the quality of working experience and productivity. Hence, we are committed to renewing the workspaces of our employees overtime.”
At the beginning of the 3rd quarter, Licensing Staff was engaged in a series of training to prepare for the transition. While Administrative services would be relocated to the Complex, Inspection and Testing would remain at the Shaw Park offices. Restoration work to offices at Shaw Park is now 97% completed.
- THA Division of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment