Premier Andrew Fahie said these improvements came at the recommendation of Brakkam Aviation Management, a global transportation-management consulting firm that the BVI Airports Authority (BVIAA) hired to assist with ‘decision-making and planning’.
“At an estimated cost of $290,300, the major components of these interim improvements are to the restrooms and ticketing areas, roof repairs to the passenger terminal, and the expansion and renovation of the international arrivals area,” he said in the House of Assembly on Friday, June 19.
Work is expected to be completed by November 30, this year. The Premier said “a pool of construction firms” are being utilised for the project.
“The tender documents … [are] currently being developed,” the leader of government business added.
The deadline to submit the RFP is July 10.
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