Roseau, Dominica: Melissa Poppone Skerrit, the Minister of Housing, Land & Urban Development, last week visited the construction site of a new Grammar school in Roseau, Dominica.
She posted another update on the project’s development yesterday on her official Facebook page, demonstrating that significant progress had been made and the structure had begun to take shape.
She emphasizes how proud and happy she is to see this project—funded by the Citizenship by Investment (CBI) program—moving forward with the significant contribution provided by MMCE and the Dominican Republic government.
The Parliamentary Representative for Roseau Central Constituency emphasizes that this state-of-the-art school will provide much-needed technical facilities and skillsets to the Dominican youth.
The Grammer school consist of significant improvements, including enhanced facilities for football and tennis, a 600-capacity theatre, a green area, and digitally equipped classrooms, all of which are wheelchair accessible.
Housing Minister Mellisa Skerrit expressed that the progress of the new school construction has brought great satisfaction and anticipation among the residents of Roseau Central and the students and staff of the Grammar School. They eagerly await its completion.
The Dominican Housing Minister announced on May 21, 2022, that the construction of a Grammar school had begun and will be completed soon.
After one year, four months, and sixteen days, the structure has been formed, and it is now possible to easily observe how the facility will look once the construction is completed.
The Montreal Management and Consultants Establishment Ltd. is undertaking the rehabilitation works. The restoration has been in progress since April 2022 and is expected to be completed in 2024.
The Parliamentary Representative for Roseau Constituency also shared the rendering images of Dominica Grammer School to demonstrate how it will look after the construction.
The facility includes three similar buildings for classes and lectures, a campus region, a library, a sporting facility, an administration building, green areas and an auditorium capable of hosting 500 people during an event.