Tag: Public Works

NIA’s Public Works Department advises of Hanley’s Road closure

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (July 12, 2016) — The following is a notice from the Public Works Department in the Nevis Island Administration (NIA), regarding the Hanley’s Road Rehabilitation Project, dated July 11, 2016.
Please note that the Public Works Department will be undertaking asphalt paving works as part of the Hanley’s Road Rehabilitation Project.
As a result, the portions of Hanley’s Main from the community centre towards the Indian Castle Race Track will be closed from 6:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th July, 2016.
All road users are asked to exercise extreme caution when approaching this area, kindly pay special attention and adhere to traffic diversion signs.
We regret any inconvenience caused.

A section of the Upper Stoney Grove ghaut clearing

NIA Public Works collaborates with D C Equipment to prepare community for hurricane season

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (MAY 11, 2015) –The Nevis Public Works Department in collaboration with D C Equipment are working towards the clearing and cleaning of the main ghaut located in the Stoney Grove area. The cleaning of the ghaut is a preventative measure that would lessen the effects of flooding that usually occur after heavy rains especially in hurricane season.

Deputy Premier of Nevis Hon Mark Brantley and Managing Director of DC Equipment and Stoney Grove resident Dale Claxton visited the site on Friday 8th May, 2015. Hon Brantley told the Department of Information that the project was to ensure that the residents feel safe and comfortable during the hurricane season and times of flooding. 


: A section of the road project by the Public Works Department on Nevis which connects Lampa Hill to Bailey Yard, Cole Hill and Brown Hill

Nevis Public Works Dept. completes Lampa Hill road upgrade

NIA CHARLESTOWN NEVIS (APRIL 17, 2015) — A link road called Lampa Hill which connects the communities of Baily Yard and Cole Hill to Brown Hill has been successfully completed.

The road which had been impassable to vehicular traffic, was upgraded and asphalted by the Public Works Department to provide an alternative road way to the island main road into Charlestown and a second route in the event there are any bottlenecks in the area of Church Ground.

During a site visit on April 15, 2015, Junior Minister responsible for Public Works Hon. Troy Liburd who was accompanied by Deputy Premier and Area Representative Hon. Mark Brantley, told the Department of Information that the project was in keeping with the Nevis Island Administration’s policy to utilise local skills and businesses.


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