Major upgrade for Cotton Field Nursery

-$20.4M contract signed

DPI, Guyana, Thursday, July 12, 2018

Students attached to Cotton Field Nursery School in Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) will soon benefit from extension works slated to commence soon.

The $20.4Million extension work was awarded to M. Sukhai Contracting Services.

At the signing ceremony, on June 6, Regional Executive Officer (REO), Rupert Hopkinson said the works slated for the Nursery School is geared to accommodate the increasing population of young children within the community.

Regional Executive Officer (REO), Rupert Hopkinson

“This is our opportunity to provide a state-of-the-art facility to provide a conducive environment for our young people and teachers. With the guidance of Sukhai Contracting Services we will achieve our pan to provide necessities like a playground for the children, parking space among others,” the REO said.

He assured that the project will be completed by the end of 2018.

Regional Chairman, Devanand Ramdatt noted that this initiative is a step forward for the region and promised to keep the public informed about the relevant details of the project. Ramdatt also called for a constant flow of information between the contractor and regional engineer to ensure transparency and accountability.

“As simple as this ceremony is, it important that the objectives regarding the construction of the new Cotton Field Nursery School be laid out because will benefit all who live in this community,” the RC noted.

The signing was witnessed by Regional Engineer Kawan Suchit, in the presence of Secretary to the Regional Tender Board, Kuntie Nankoo, EPMA M. Portia Jacobs, Chief Accountant Susheila Budram, Systems Development Officer Farouk Basir and Regional Information Officer Mark McLean.

By: Neola Damon

 

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