Resident Magistrate’s Court to be Built in Cambridge, St. James


Cabinet has approved the award of a contract in the sum of $57.21 million to G.M. & Associates Limited to construct a Resident Magistrate’s court and a police station in Cambridge, St. James.
Minister of Information and Development, Donald Buchanan, speaking at yesterday’s (May 21) post Cabinet press briefing held at Jamaica House, informed that the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of National Security have agreed to share the cost of construction.
In the meantime, Cabinet has given its approval for the award of a contract valued at approximately $112.43 million to SEEN Environment, to supply and install a waste treatment plant and equipment for hazardous health care, waste collection and treatment.
The Information Minister noted that the approval of the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA), Natural Resources Conservation Authority (NRCA) and the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC) would be required before the project gets underway.
SEEN Environment is a company that is registered in Martinique.

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