The Ministry of Home Affairs Transportation and Communication is pleased to announce the demolition of the old Post Office on Airport Road in Providenciales this week, in preparation of the site to start construction of a new modern Post Office. This new facility costing $1.15 million dollars is expected to be completed by March 2019. Among other things, it will provide brand new staff accommodation, an increase in the number of mail boxes and immensely improved parking and customer service areas.
Minister with responsibility for Postal Services, Hon. Vaden Delroy Williams commenting on the start of the project said; “Even though technology has revolutionized communication, the role and importance of postal services to communities have not reduced. Every week the Post Office receives a considerable about of mail from all over the globe as well as from origins here at home. In this regard, it continues to support commerce, friendships and family relations despite the many challenges faced by staff over the years. I am therefore very pleased that this project has begun and I look forward to the block laying ceremony in the not too distant future.”
The Post Office is presently located at the Town Centre Mall, Butterfield Square, Providenciales and provides service to the general public Monday to Thursday during the hours of 8:00 am to 4:30 pm and on Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
JaMalCo Limited is the contractor for this project.