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No Limit Construction inks $63K contract for groundwork @ A.O. Shirley Grounds

- to build a soakaway drainage system and prepare groundwork for a new containerised bathroom
Owner of No Limit Construction, Mr Rajah A. Smith, left, signs the contract in the presence of Head of Procurement at the Recovery and Development Agency (RDA), Mr John Primo, centre, and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education and Culture Dr Marcia Potter. Photo: RDA/Facebook
No Limit Construction was awarded a contract for $63,858.00 by the Recovery and Development Agency (RDA) to build a soakaway drainage system and prepare groundwork for a new containerised bathroom at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds. Photo: VINO
No Limit Construction was awarded a contract for $63,858.00 by the Recovery and Development Agency (RDA) to build a soakaway drainage system and prepare groundwork for a new containerised bathroom at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds. Photo: VINO
Two days after signing a contract with the Recovery and Development Agency (RDA), No Limit Construction commenced work at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds in Road Town, Tortola. Photo: VINO
Two days after signing a contract with the Recovery and Development Agency (RDA), No Limit Construction commenced work at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds in Road Town, Tortola. Photo: VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Two days after signing a contract with the Recovery and Development Agency (RDA), No Limit Construction commenced work at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds in Road Town, Tortola.

On June 3, 2019 the RDA signed the contract with the local company owned by Rajah A. Smith in the sum of $63,858.00 to build a soakaway drainage system and prepare groundwork for a new containerised bathroom at the territory's lone track and field facility.

Speaking with this news agency, Mr Smith said he is confident his team will fulfil its contractual obligations within a month.

He also said the contract provides employment for four to eight persons.

‘Proud to be part of rebuilding process’- Rajah A. Smith

As part of its commitment to the project, the RDA purchased a containerised bathroom unit which will be installed to replace the bathrooms damaged after the 2017 hurricanes. No Limit Construction will be responsible for preparing all utility and groundwork for the smooth installation of the containerised bathroom.

At the signing were RDA’s Chief Executive Officer Mr Paul Bayly, Head of Procurement at the RDA, Mr John Primo and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education and Culture Dr Marcia Potter.

Mr Smith said, “I am proud to be part of the rebuilding process in the Virgin Islands and to work with the RDA, as a father of an athlete, to help restore the A. O. Shirley Recreation Ground.”

This is the second contract within a month to be executed by the RDA to support recovery works at the A.O. Shirley Recreation Grounds. On May 10, the RDA signed a contract with Mr Arthur Corion of AC. Construction to build the perimeter wall. 

It is the third recent contract to focus on youth initiatives. On May 24 the RDA signed a contract with Autland Heavy Equipment Co. Ltd. for debris clearance at the Elmore Stoutt High School (ESHS).

The completion of repairs to the A. O. Shirley Recreation Ground will ensure quality access to sporting facilities, increased physical activities, and provide a venue for the territory to host regional track and field meets.

4 Responses to “No Limit Construction inks $63K contract for groundwork @ A.O. Shirley Grounds”

  • Roving Eye (11/06/2019, 12:27) Like (5) Dislike (4) Reply

    That woman still PS after all the w***** doing under the NDP Administration...smh

  • hog city (11/06/2019, 13:58) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    hope he get a heard start
  • hoping (11/06/2019, 15:27) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    Let's hope that their corporate name refers to no limits as to the efforts to do the job properly rather than no limits as to what they intend to charge.


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