The mental health facility is back on track.
That’s the word from the government.
Thursday (29 August) the Ministry of Health said construction of the long-term residential mental health facility will begin mid-October.
The Ministry also announced the awardees of contracts for the different construction phases.
Phoenix Limited has been awarded the $5.8 million contract to build the facility.
Ron Wilson’s Equipment will be doing the enabling works estimated to cost $1.3 million.
AAA Construction will be building the cottages works packages projected to cost around $7.9 million in total for all three clusters.
There will be a total of nine residential spaces that can house 54 patients at a time.