BVI company received US$300,000 contract for installation of sea markers

The BVI-registered company Sand Dollar Marine Consultants received the US$327,310.76 contract with the Recovery and Development Agency and local government, for the installation of sea markers throughout the British Virgin Islands. According to the contract, the company has to install 26 sea markers in different locations, within the six month period.
The markers are planned to enter the British Virgin Islands within the next few weeks and construction of a concrete base to secure a sea marker on Mosquito Rock is to begin in a short time.

The project is led by the Ministry of Natural Resources, Labour and Immigration in collaboration with the BVI Ports Authority and the Virgin Islands Shipping Registry. Recently, government has been taking steps to develop blue economy in the country by conducting a marine survey during two weeks time.

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