Contract Awarded For Erection Of Container Freight Station Building And Port Control, Customs & Bio-Security Building  

Following an open procurement exercise conducted in February and March 2022, St Helena Government (SHG) has entered into a contract with Isaac’s Contractors Ltd, to undertake the erection of the Container Freight Station (CFS) and Port Control, Customs & Bio-Security (PCB) steel frame buildings in Lower Ruperts Valley. The total sum of the contract is approximately £453,000.

The contract was signed on 14 June 2022, and works are expected to take 40 weeks to complete. The scope of work includes:

  • Construction of reinforced concrete foundations
  • Erection of the two-storey structural steel frames
  • Construction of the reinforced concrete ground floor slabs
  • Composite first floor slabs, which consist of profiled steel decking with an in-situ reinforced concrete topping, and balcony steelwork
  • Installation of wall cladding, roof cladding, doors, windows, roller shutters, drainage and external works.

This Project is being funded under the Economic Development Investment Programme (EDIP). 

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6 July 2022

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Telephone: 22470