The Deputy Prime Minister, Philip ‘Brave’ Davis inspected the Central Abaco Mini- Hospital as the final work is being completed for the anticipated opening on April 19.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Renewal, Philip Brave Davis said that “certain delays” are causing the government to put off again the opening of the Marsh Harbour International Airport Terminal until “some other issues” are addressed.
During a trip to Abaco on July 5 the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Renewal, Philip Brave Davis, indicated that work at the new Marsh Harbour International Airport is expected to conclude in about eight weeks. Mr. Davis said that he is pleased with the progress seen at the terminal and that they are addressing what they call the “punch list” at the moment.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Renewal, Philip Brave Davis, met with engineers in Abaco and indicated that assessments are ongoing and road work will be “underway in short order.” Mr. Davis said that there are plans underway to pave the roads in Abaco with asphalt and engineers are looking at the logistics in early July and are ensuring that they procure asphalt locally at a reasonable price.