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East End Asphalt Presents Long Service Awards

East End Asphalt Presents Long Service Awards

East End Asphalt, a part of the East End Group of Companies, has presented its Long Service Awards, recognizing six employees with a combined 110 years of service to the company. The employees recognized included Mervyn Van Putton [30 years], Tracy Moniz [20 years], Ray Whitecross [20 years], Andre Caisey [20 years], Lyndon Smith [15 years], and Craig... Read more of this article

St. James Church Hurricane Repairs Continue

St. James Church Hurricane Repairs Continue

Months after Hurricanes Fay and Gonzalo ripped through Bermuda, the wrecked roof and stage of the St. James Anglican Church Hall has remained an eyesore until quite recently, with construction work to repair the roof and stage underway, with an expected completion date projected towards late June.However, much financial support from the general public... Read more of this article

Video: Construction Progress For America’s Cup

Video: Construction Progress For America’s Cup

Bermudian contractors and service providers are combining forces to complete Oracle Team USA’s [OTUSA] new home in Dockyard, which represents phase one, of the multi-phase project of what will become the America’s Cup Event Village. An ACBDA spokesperson said, “Site preparation in Dockyard began in January this year. To date, 19 sub-contractors... Read more of this article

Video/Photos: Morgan’s Point Development Plans

Video/Photos: Morgan’s Point Development Plans

Last month Morgan’s Point Ltd submitted plans for their first phase to the Department of Planning, and Bernews recently toured the property and spoke with Morgan’s Point CEO Craig Christensen about the plans for the Southampton development. Mr. Christensen said, “We’re putting in an 84-room boutique hotel with the units going along... Read more of this article

Video: Work Continues On Oracle Team’s Base

Video: Work Continues On Oracle Team’s Base

[Updated with video] Work continues on Oracle Team USA‘s Dockyard base, with their equipment arriving aboard Bermuda Container Line’s vessel the MV Oleander last week, carrying a load from San Francisco to Dockyard to help the team prepare for the upcoming America’s Cup. As their base in Dockyard is not yet ready, Team Oracle will move... Read more of this article

Arts Centre To Host ‘Quarrying To Architecture’

Arts Centre To Host ‘Quarrying To Architecture’

The Bermuda Arts Centre is getting set to present a panel discussion titled “From Quarrying to Architecture,” focusing on the subject of Bermuda stone. The panelists will include Dr. Edward Harris, Lloyd James, and Larry Mills. The event will take place on April 11 from 6.00pm through 7.30pm; admission is free and donations are accepted. Space... Read more of this article

Constellation Pipelay Crane Vessel In Bermuda

Constellation Pipelay Crane Vessel In Bermuda

The 178.27m [584ft] Lewek Constellation pipelay crane vessel is presently in Bermuda, with the construction vessel capable of deep water pipe laying and heavy lift capabilities, with a 3,000 MT heavy lift crane on board. According to the company’s website, the Lewek Constellation is “designed to deliver complex projects in a safe, efficient... Read more of this article

Photos: Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Repair Work

Photos: Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Repair Work

Last week, Minister of Public Works Craig Cannonier attended a site visit at the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse in order to see the completed roof works at the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Restaurant. A government spokesperson said, “The high winds from Hurricane Gonzalo had removed the majority of the slate from the southern side of the roof which covers the... Read more of this article

Morgan’s Point Submits First Phase To Planning

Morgan’s Point Submits First Phase To Planning

Morgan’s Point Ltd. – the company developing a hotel and residential complex in Southampton —  announced that plans for the first phase of the development, including an Environmental Impact Study [EIS], have been submitted to the Department of Planning. The company said the plans include an “ultra high-end 84-room hotel, a marina... Read more of this article

Premier & Ministers View Construction Progress

Premier & Ministers View Construction Progress

Earlier today [March 19], the Premier Michael Dunkley, Minister of Public Works Craig Cannonier, and the Minister of Economic Development Dr. Grant Gibbons conducted a site visit in Dockyard to get an update on several projects taking place in the area.Currently Dockyard is a hub of construction activity, with work underway to prepare Dockyard for... Read more of this article

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