Baha Mar has moved to “plan B” after its original plan to reduce air conditioning-related energy demand by 90 per cent was jeopardized by a timeline delay.
After 30 years on the Royal Bahamas Police Force – many of them in frontline policing – Inspector Ricardo “Alacup” Richardson thought he had witnessed it all.
The Baha Mar team celebrated reaching the milestone 100-foot mark on its iconic casino tower construction. Another celebration will be held at 200 feet and a topping ceremony at 326 feet.
Construction Design Services Ltd., in a collaborative effort, has won the prestigious Star Building Systems- 2011 Master Builder Award voted Best of the Large Commercial Category for Solomon’s Fresh Market.
The New Providence Road Improvement Project is about 85 percent complete, but there will still at least three new major road closures in the eastern area of the island this summer.
Baha Mar is preparing for the permanent closure of Skyline Drive on July 15. The road will allow for an extension of the golf course and two cul-de-sacs will be created.
Baha Mar constructed a nine-foot surge protection wall on the northern Cable Beach shoreline in order to comply with insurance requirements but will open public access when the beach project is finished.
One of the country’s specialty striping companies is asking questions about the presence of foreigner stripers currently working on two of the countries big road projects.
Former Member of Parliament Pierre Dupuch urges Bahamians and Government representatives to stop the destruction on Cable Beach by Chinese funded Bahamar hotel project.