Officials from the Ministry of Transport Works and Water Resources, DLN Consultants and representatives of COMPLANT, doing a final walk through before the start of the work in Vaughn's Road No. 2 , St. Joseph, early next week.

Second Road under the Scotland District Road Project Starts Monday 20th March

Second Road under the Scotland District Road Project Starts Monday 20th March

Officials from the Ministry of Transport Works and Water Resources, DLN Consultants and representatives of COMPLANT, doing a final walk through before the start of the work in Vaughn's Road No. 2 , St. Joseph, early next week.

Vaughn’s Road No. 2 in St. Joseph will be the second road to be repaired under the Scotland District Road Rehabilitation Project, which is funded by the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM). Work is scheduled to commence early next week.

Vaughn's Road, No. 2 St. Joseph to be rehabilitated under the Scotland District Road Rehabilitation Project.
Vaughn’s Road, No. 2 St. Joseph to be rehabilitated under the Scotland District Road Rehabilitation Project.

Officials from the Ministry of Transport, Works and Water Resources (MTWW), along with representatives of C.O. Williams Construction Ltd, DLN Consultants, and the team from the China National Complete Plant Import & Export Corporation (Barbados) Ltd. (COMPLANT) toured the St. Joseph district to do a walk through and make any needed final adjustments to the work plan.

Officials from the Ministry of Transport Works and Water Resources, DLN Consultants and representatives of COMPLANT, doing a final walk through before the start of the work in Vaughn's Road No. 2 , St. Joseph, early next week.
Officials from the Ministry of Transport Works and Water Resources, DLN Consultants and representatives of COMPLANT, doing a final walk through before the start of the work in Vaughn’s Road No. 2 , St. Joseph, early next week.

Project Manager and Deputy Chief Technical Officer (Operations) with MTWW, Philip Tudor, said the rehabilitation of Vaughn’s Road, which is 660 metres, is expected to take approximately three months. Mr. Tudor stated some sections of the road will be rehabilitated and others will be milled and paved. He added they will be attempting to widen the road to a width of five metres for the entire stretch.

During the walk through it was noted that a section of the retaining wall is leaning, and therefore, measures such as gabions and boulder revetment will be put in place to stabilize it. Drainage issues will also be addressed as part of the rehabilitation project in Vaughan’s Road No. 2.

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