After a 15 month-wait and several rounds of rigorous government mandated testing, Caribbean Pavement Solutions (CPS) is looking to officially bring its “revolutionary” RejuvaSeal to airports and roadways across the nation.
Caribbean Pavement Solutions, a subsidiary of Bahamas Striping Group of Companies, most recently introduced its revolutionary product, Rejuvaseal to the Bahamian market.
The Bahamas Striping Group of Companies (BSGC) is in the embryonic stages of acquiring crown land in West End, Grand Bahama to build a $750,000.00 cold mix patch manufacturing facility.
Approximately one year after breaking ground on land leased from the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation (BAIC), Bahamas Striping celebrated the grand opening of its new $2 million headquarters and manufacturing facility.
The upgrade and maintenance of the runway in Bimini is set enable growth for the island’s economy.
The disgruntled road worker accused of causing over $1.2 million in damage to the Airport Gateway, was charged and convicted under the wrong section of the Penal Code.
Arbitration may be necessary if Baha Mar and the government fail to reach an agreement on the amount of money the government will pay the developer for road works associated with the resort.
A 48-year-old man was electrocuted in the second fatal accident on the airport road project. He was helping unload fill from a truck when the truck made contact with the electrical line.
Nearly six months after Hurricane Sandy, massive road damage on a major road has still not been repaired.