Premier, Ministers Tour Pink Beach Club Site

May 11, 2015

Today the Premier & Minister of National Security Michael Dunkley joined the Minister of Home Affairs Michael Fahy on a tour of the Pink Beach Club site to assess progress made to the site, which is being developed by Sardis Developments Ltd.

The Premier and Minister were accompanied by developer Gilbert Lopes, Sardis Development Ltd. representative Stephen King, Junior Minister and Area MP Sylvan Richards, and Senator Vic Ball, who has responsibility for Tourism Development and Transport in the Senate.

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“I was pleased to see the progress happening at the Pink Beach site, it was very encouraging,” said Premier Dunkley . “It is incredible to witness firsthand the evolution of the site through these regular visits.

“We learned today that they are already preparing to put the roof on the first building, which houses the kitchen, dining room, entrance hall and 12 guest units. All the walls are up and it is really beginning to take shape.

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“Additionally, the beach club foundations are in and construction is beginning on the second block which contains 33 units; meanwhile excavation work has already been completed for the spa and back of house.

“This is an important development aimed at enhancing our tourism product. This is tangible progress which translates into real jobs for Bermudians.”

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Meanwhile, Minister Fahy, who has responsibility for the Department of Planning and serves as a member of the Economic Development Committee [EDC] said, “The redevelopment of Pink Beach is an exciting event for Bermuda.

“As the Premier noted, this will result in employment opportunities for Bermudians and will be a dynamic new boost for tourism. We will continue to work with those entities who are committed to, and supportive of Bermuda and I wish to thank Sardis Development Ltd. and Mr. King for their continued dedication to this project.”

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  1. Regina says:

    I live nearby and can’t believe how quickly this work is being done! They are even working on weekends!! Very impressed. This is how to get stuff done around here!

    • Mockingjay says:

      Subliminal Stereotyping, you people just wont change after all these years.

      • Unbelievable says:

        sour puss.

      • Kim Smith says:

        @Mockingjay… excuse me but what are you trying to say?

      • Trollsbane says:

        Calling out “you people” for… “subliminal stereotyping”.

        Very clever.

        Good to see a real project to enhance Bermuda’s tourism product getting off the ground.

  2. Terry says:

    Lets hope it don’t turn out to be another Kings Wharf project.

    Beyoncé is coming………………

  3. Dependence says:

    Regina, is W&E doing the job?

  4. Out of curiosity, Minister Fahy, how many locals / spouse of locals are employed on this particular site? (Inquisitive minds would like to know)

    • By the way, it is certainly great seeing this project come to fruition; look forward in seeing many others breaking ground soon.

  5. Unbelieveable says:

    WOW,….. this is called progress??

    It looks like the work site of a PRIVATE HOUSE..!!! NOT A HOTEL…

    Very few pictures of anything really….

    I smell a RAT and I NEED RUM…!!!!

  6. Sitting back says:

    @ Raymond Ray, 36 locals and 8 foreign! Many locals get hired from the unemployed list, but many don’t last very long. They have a hard time working 30 hrs a week! I don’t think you can make deadlines with that amount of hrs a week! Perhaps you try it out for yourself!

    • tip2dtime says:

      36 locals and 8 foreign my you know what! Would really like to know where you got that info from!?!?

    • @ Sitting back: Thanks. I agree, they should be putting in more hours than,(if correct) 30hrs. per. week :-( But why only offer 30hrs. weeks? It wouldn’t cost anymore to have 44 people work 30hrs. for “X weeks” than 40hrs. for less weeks…

    • Mockingjay says:

      Do you have proof that they cant work 30 hrs week.

  7. Charlly X says:

    Lol I wonder how much construction trash they’ve buried at this site ?
    Nice to see another accommodation upgraded though !

  8. big mouth wrong info says:

    They dont work 30 hour weeks, 7:00-5:30 minimum and how i know because i work there soo i dont know where you got your info from