The Construction Division Executed the Restoration
of the Renowned Queen's Royal College
About the Construction Division
The Construction Division is responsible for the planning, designing, project monitoring and construction of public buildings. The major objectives of the Construction Division are:
- To develop, implement and monitor statutory and regulatory standards for building designs and construction.
- To ensure the safety of public buildings.
- To be the main consultant providing consultancy and advisory services to government on public buildings.
- To plan and manage the design, construction and rehabilitation of public buildings and facilities.
- To plan and manage the restoration of historical buildings and sites to safeguard Trinidad and Tobago’s historical heritage.
- To provide building design consultancy and contract administration and project management services for the implementation of major building projects.
The Construction Division is responsible for the development of policy regulations and plans with respect to:
- The management of public buildings.
- Construction of public buildings and facilities.
- Structural safety.
- Restoration and conservation of historical buildings and sites.
Major Units and Branches in the Construction Division
The Core Units of the Construction Division are:
- Architectural Branch
- Designs Engineering Branch
- Electrical Engineering Branch
- Furniture Branch
- Historical Restoration Unit
- Project Implementation Unit
- Quantity Surveying Section
Contact the Construction Division
Ministry of Works and Transport
Level 3, Administration Building
Corner Richmond and London Streets
Port of Spain