Bahamas Striping, the road marking company that has spawned a new local industry once monopolised by foreigners, recently completed three days of training for five new staff.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development Philip Davis has signed a contract worth $1.3 million to repair roads in Central Abaco
A critical 1.2-mile link between JFK Boulevard and Cable Beach opened in classic ceremonial fashion with a wave of two checkered flags and the entry of iconic race cars as the first to use the new thoroughfare.
The Bahamas Contractors Association voted two-year-old company Bahamas Striping as the Level 1 Sub-Contractor Of The Year at an awards banquet at the British Colonial Hilton.
BTC crews worked around the clock to restore service to over 2,000 customers after heavy equipment operated by Bahamian workers on the Road Works Project cut a major cable in what was “at least the 50th time” damage has been done.
Bahamas Striping officials expressed concerns to Ryan Pinder that for two years the company has not had an opportunity to work on major public road projects due to the presence of foreigners.
It is proposed to open all roads within the New Providence Road Improvement Project for school opening traffic on Monday, September 3, with at least the first coat of asphalt being applied.
It is a shame that Cable Beach police officers do not stop the obnoxious motorcycle races on Bay Street every Sunday night.
Two-year old 100% Bahamian striping company, Bahamas Striping, donated $7,500 worth of striping work to upgrade and restore five basketball courts for Urban Renewal 2.0.